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What central banks will do this year

Bloomberg’s forecast: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-02-24/what-28-central-banks-will-do-this-year Advertisements

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Kenen on the euro | vox

Kenen on the euro | vox. One of the world’s most influential international economists, Peter Kenen, passed this week. This column highlights the key role his insights played in the construction of the Eurozone and the problems that arose when … Continue reading

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ECB Ambition Fulfilled for Mersch as Bowles’s Gender Fight Rages, writes Bloomberg.com

“Yves Mersch is about to fulfil an ambition denied to the Luxembourg central bank governor for months in a fight over gender politics as he fills the vacant slot on the European Central Bank’s Executive Board. After the longest battle … Continue reading

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A dramatic story of a Prussian helmet, Falschmuenzer and the future of the EMU

(Reuters) – On a warm summer day on the eve of the Olympic Games, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi stood up at a business conference in London and dropped a bombshell. http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/09/26/us-ecb-draghi-plan-idUSBRE88O09A20120926

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Nobel prize committee capitalizes the ECB

Although in these kind of moments we are all EU enthusiasts and those with negative comments are hushed away, I can’t stop feeling there is something wrong with this year’s Nobel Peace Prize. And I can’t stop comparing it to … Continue reading

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Eurozone is facing another imbalance

This time it’s not about debt, euro or bond purchasing. This time is serious. The European Parliament is asking: where are the female central bankers? EP is postponing an appointment of the sixth member of the ECB Executive Board in … Continue reading

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An opening for the £302,885 annual salary job at the BoE

“Government to advertise Bank of England governor job for first time A new governor of the Bank of England to succeed Mervyn King will be chosen by the end of the year through “fair and open competition”, chancellor George Osborne … Continue reading

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