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Peter Foster: Keynesian contagion
A dealer on the trading floor of IG Index works in London. The pound tumbled, gilt yields leapt and Britain's leading share index extended this week's rout as Friday's inconclusive election outcome unnerved investors already made jittery by Europe's mounting debt crisis. Peter Foster, Financial Post · Friday, May 7, 2010 Stock markets went briefly into free fall yesterday due to fears of Greek "contagion," but neither the fecklessness and mendacity of the Greek government nor the unworkability of the European currency system are the real culprits. The heart of the problem is the unsustainability of ... market research, surveys and trends
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The phrase “looked at me like I had two heads” has a sound foundation in evolutionary design. Somewhere in time, biological development was split into two routes, protostome and deuterostome. In a protostome, the mouth develops before the anus; in the deuterostome, the opposite route is taken. Unsurprising to anyone who follows national politics, human beings are deuterostomes; regardless, we still have one and only one head for good reasons. What, then, are we to make of the single organism of Chimerica, the “G-2” economic bloc of China and the United States, which share a pegged currency and an economic ... market research, surveys and trends

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MEXICAN MELTDOWN: STATES, MARKETS AND POST-NAFTA FINANCIAL TURMOIL
billion--the largest socialisation of market risk in the history of international finance. 2. Massive state intervention was required to support Mexico in ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Capital Flows, Exchange Rates, and the New International Financial ...
7 percent of GNP; Mexico needed $25 billion of new foreign money each year ..... Stability: Essays in the History of International Finance, 1919–1939. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Elusive Stability: Essays in the History of International Finance,. 1919–1939. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Eichengreen, Barry. (1992). ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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The origins of the development banks reach back into what now seems to be international financial pre-history. For the World Bank, at Bretton Woods in 1944, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Globalization of International Financial Markets: What Can ...
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Dear Bryan, Thank for the confirmation. Economics is not my strong point. The UK suspended gold payments on September 21, 1931. In the Finance Act, 1932, an Exchange Equalization Fund (or Exchange Equalization Account) was established for "checking undue fluctuations in the exchange value of sterling". (According to The Times, Friday, June 17, 1932, the bill received royal assent on June 16) On September 25, 1936 a tripartite agreement was signed between the UK, US and France on Monetary Stabilization. These are various sources which explain how it worked and some with historical background information. Bank of ...
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