The scope of central banking has expanded significantly in recent years. The former IMF boss is well prepared for those challenges.
If Italy’s government tames its radical instincts it could be allowed to get away with a few things. But if it is confrontational with the EU it will be heading for trouble.
If a radical government in Rome plunges Italy into a deep crisis, it would still be an Italian crisis — rather than a “euro“ crisis.
France and Germany will be very flexible in their response to Italian demands, irrespective of the official rhetoric from Berlin and Paris.
Instead of seeking war reparations from Germany, Poland should take steps that bring the country closer to the euro area to secure the country’s long-term economic interests.
The “Universal Banking Model” has become a threat to economic, financial and social stability.
What happens if the UK voters decide on June 23, 2016 to leave the European Union?
A prediction about what lies ahead for the European Union.
The Greeks have voted No. What is the road ahead for Greece and Europe?