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EMs: Canary in financial coal mine?

From: Buisness-standard By Kenneth Rogoff Recommended by: business-standard Even if any emerging-market bond meltdown remains contained, recent jitters ought to be a wake-up call, even for advanced economiesAre brewing exchange-
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International impact of US tax reform

From: Buisness-standard By Martin Feldstein Recommended by: business-standard The United States Congress is likely to enact a major tax reform sometime during the next six months. Although the new rules will apply only to American
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17 Staggering Statistics About Our Shopping Habits

From:   By: joshua becker Via: 17 Staggering Statistics
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Deepak Lal: Money mischief

From: Buisness-standard By Deepak Lal Recommended by: business-standard The macro-economic landscape in advanced countries today is peopled by strange beasts: Ultra-low and, in many countries, even negative interest rates;
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Ashok Lahiri: From negative rates to helicopter money

From: Buisness-standard By Ashok K Lahiri Recommended by: business-standard Many developed countries continue to suffer from falling prices and a stagnant economy. Take, for example, Japan. In the 17 years between 1999 and 2015,
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Subir Roy: Forget population, target quality of life

From: Buisness-standard By Subir Roy Recommended by: business-standard India's policy makers have traditionally been concerned with the high growth rate of its population which has been seen to negate its fight against poverty. In
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Daniel Gros: An unfounded fear of deflation

From: Buisness-standard By Daniel Gros Recommended by: business-standard Central banks throughout the developed world have been overwhelmed by the fear of deflation. They shouldn't be: The fear is unfounded, and the obsession with