With Merkel lacking both an agenda and a vision, the US push to deal with Germany’s eternal export surplus is a welcome impetus for long overdue domestic reforms.
Will Donald Trump’s economic policies finally lead the United States and Europe out of their economic malaise?
Germany will have to change its policies if it wants to avoid exit of other countries from the union.
It seems we are headed for a deflationary wave or a wave of hyperinflations. But there is an alternative.
The US Fed doesn’t care about the real economy. It is just keen on stopping asset price deflation.
Central banks have served as a low-risk road to fortune for those with already ample financial assets.
In the spirit of European cohesion, France will force Germany to change its refugee policy.
The terrorist attacks of November 13, 2015, could be the final crisis that breaks the Union’s back.
The costs of absorbing five million immigrants could easily reach the costs of German reunification — over one trillion euros over 30 years.
What does it take to make sure that the immigrants now arriving are integrated in a sustainable manner?