Profile: Yves Smith
Q&A: Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group
The power of defunct economists
The head of European credit portfolio management at Pimco talks to Credit's Alex Monro about the ongoing Eurozone crisis, and the likely investment themes for 2011.
Bank of England executive director Andy Haldane charts course of global imbalances, pointing to trends likely to widen them
Contagion spreads: The Ireland effect
Is France losing its pluck?
In an interview with Credit, economist Nouriel Roubini talks about the danger that sub-par US and European growth becomes entrenched, and offers his views on whether Ireland and other peripheral Eurozone countries will be able to solve their debt woes
Success or failure of the Eurozone hinges on Germany ‘laying down the law’, according to chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
Baby boom, baby bust
Profile: William Cunningham
The rise of protectionism
New lows in gilt yields following last week's spending review have been seen by some analysts as a vote of confidence in the UK government's austerity plans. Other observers, however, say they reflect something else entirely.
An indicator of sovereign risk
Growth in Bric nations may not help global economy
Debt reduction: a double-edged sword
Lessons from the lost decade
Federal Reserve measures to boost economic growth pose the biggest risk to continued growth and to rational markets, says William Cunningham, global head of fixed income research at State Street.
The next Credit Institute meeting, where credit market professionals discuss topics of the day, looks at emerging markets.
The Q2 slowdown in US growth is no short-term blip, according to investors.
Commodity price increases may indicate improved economic prospects
'An explosion of sovereign debt'
Nomura chief economist Richard Koo warns the US and European economies face double-dip recession and a prolonged period of economic stagnation if stimulus is cut too soon.