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Meet India's Next Central Bank Chief
August 22, 2016
Meet India's Next Central Bank Chief
Urjit Patel, a deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of India, is set to succeed Raghuram Rajan.
Meet India's Next Central Bank Chief
Indian Bill to Overhaul Monetary Policymaking Passes Lower House
May 06, 2016
Indian Bill to Overhaul Monetary Policymaking Passes Lower House
New proposed legislation could drastically overhaul Indian monetary policy-making.
Indian Bill to Overhaul Monetary Policymaking Passes Lower House
Why George Soros Is Wrong About the Chinese Economy's 'Hard Landing'
January 28, 2016
Why George Soros Is Wrong About the Chinese Economy's 'Hard Landing'
China’s economy is slowing down, but a hard landing is unlikely.
Why George Soros Is Wrong About the Chinese Economy's 'Hard Landing'
How the TPP Could Prevent Currency Manipulation
November 18, 2015
How the TPP Could Prevent Currency Manipulation
The Trans-Pacific Partnership has a range of provisions that could help fight currency manipulation.
How the TPP Could Prevent Currency Manipulation
After 'Black Monday,' Structural Reform in China?
August 26, 2015
After 'Black Monday,' Structural Reform in China?
China's leaders haven't pursued structural reform to the extent necessary. After 'Black Monday,' they might have to.
After 'Black Monday,' Structural Reform in China?
PBOC's Move: Not a Currency War, But Not a Good Sign
August 12, 2015
PBOC's Move: Not a Currency War, But Not a Good Sign
The People's Bank of China's decision to raise rates sends gloomy signal about the short-term future of China's economy.
PBOC's Move: Not a Currency War, But Not a Good Sign
South Korea Lowers Interest Rates, Increases Uncertainty
August 17, 2014
South Korea Lowers Interest Rates, Increases Uncertainty
South Korea’s aggressive fiscal and monetary policies of the last few months have failed to cure its economic woes.
South Korea Lowers Interest Rates, Increases Uncertainty
Abenomics in 2013: Is Japan Back?
December 31, 2013
Abenomics in 2013: Is Japan Back?
Shinzo Abe's economic policies had a great year in 2013 but challenges lie ahead.
Abenomics in 2013: Is Japan Back?
2012: A Tough Year for Vietnam
December 27, 2012
2012: A Tough Year for Vietnam
The State Bank of Vietnam has cut interest rates for the 6th time this year. Will Vietnam’s economy pick up steam?
2012: A Tough Year for Vietnam
China's Credit Dilemma
November 17, 2012
China's Credit Dilemma
New data suggests that notable shifts could be underway in China’s monetary environment.
China's Credit Dilemma
Can Central Banks Stimulate Growth Without Inflation?
September 21, 2012
Can Central Banks Stimulate Growth Without Inflation?
Further asset buying may increase economic growth, but could also let the inflation genie out of the bottle.
Can Central Banks Stimulate Growth Without Inflation?
Despite Difficulties, China's Banks Are Unlikely to Crash
September 04, 2012
Despite Difficulties, China's Banks Are Unlikely to Crash
Competition and non-performing loans are likely to force weak lenders to merge with larger ones.
Despite Difficulties, China's Banks Are Unlikely to Crash
India’s Interest Rate Debate
August 29, 2012
India’s Interest Rate Debate
The Reserve Bank of India has refused to heed politicians demands for lower interest rates.
India’s Interest Rate Debate
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