Uwe Bott

Uwe Bott is a financial risk consultant for large financial institutions, corporations and governments. [United States] Follow him @UweEconomist

Trump’s New World Order

Life in the age of Trump.

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Europe Vs. US: Toward More (Im)Perfect Unions?

Macron’s victory really is a positive signal for the European Union’s future — especially viewed in context against the American union.

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United Airlines and Borussia Dortmund: No Mere Accidents

Two tales, same story of corporate abuse and consumerism.

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The U.S. Fed and the Seven-Year Itch

The peculiar logic of raising interest rates because you pre-announced it

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Venezuela at a Crossroads?

The Venezuela opposition win is both astonishing & unsurprising. It’s not an unqualified good result.

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Germany: From Villain to Exemplar

The power of history and the effort of preventing the European Dream from turning into European Nightmare.

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Truly a New Economic Order

How to operate in a world shaped by a cost crash and a demand lull?

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Britain: Well Done, Gordon Brown!

Britain outside the eurozone: Still the right call.

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Now, Let’s Get To Work, Mr. Tsipras!

It is high time to combat tax evasion for real, Mr. Tsipras!

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Independence Day for Greece

Should Greece follow the U.S. example – and issue its own Declaration of Independence?

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