Italy’s budget plan should be treated for what it is – a pie in the sky.
German fiscal bliss: Debt to GDP ratio can fall to 60% this year.
As China’s example shows, a country needs to invest in its future prosperity. Tariffs and tax cuts are no way to get there.
The “forgotten” Americans – to whom Trump solemnly promised that they would be forgotten no more – are likely to go empty-handed.
Confronting the trinity of the (current account, budget and household) deficits.
Is it really true that German workers’ and consumers’ appetite for shopping and consuming is repressed?
What is worse — going over the fiscal cliff or emulating Europe’s economic policymakers?
Will Francois Hollande choose to make France like Germany or to make France like Italy?
Why is Japan’s ability to pay down its debt much stronger than the United States’?