A classic paper on the economics of currency areas illuminates the dilemma facing the eurozone. The recent calm in financial markets does not alter the fundamental problem, warns David Rowe
Politicians may be unwilling to consider it, but the eurozone’s problems could be solved through a slight twist on debt monetisation, argues Marcello Minenna
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Chris Cruden is a man with strong opinions, but they do not influence trading at his foreign exchange fund
François Hollande’s claim that “the crisis in the eurozone is over” says more about the wishful thinking of many European leaders than it does about economic and social reality, argues David Rowe
Electoral advances by anti-European parties and vocal criticism by influential voices represent the most serious challenge to the European project in a generation. While a rapid restructuring of the eurozone, or of the union itself, may feel unlikely,...
Currency wars, the end of QE and the influence of policymakers makes foreign exchange markets a myriad and complex area, says Stephen Gallo, head of foreign exchange strategy Europe, at Bank of Montreal
Global economic recovery is still in a parlous state with many factors still able to pull it off course. However, the industry should tackle claims of widescale misbehaviour immediately
National supervisors made “gigantic mistakes”, says ECB's financial stability head
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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