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Inequality & the First Globalisation

A follow-up to my previous post, “Did inequality cause WW1? Contra Hobson-Lenin-Milanovic“, elaborating on the inequality=>capital exports link in Branko Milanovic’s overall inequality=>ww1 claim. 1,857 more words

Inequality

Emerging Markets Analysis – Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Country Focus: Philippines

Overview

This emerging markets analysis examines Philippine portfolio capital flows, recent performance and outlook of Philippine bonds / yields, equities, and the Peso from the perspective of an analyst/trader that utilizes fundamental, technical, quantitative, and intermarket analyses. 1,277 more words

Emerging Markets

Currency Volatility

Navigating  the macroeconomic currency risks going into the impending recession will be tough and I thought I would briefly comment on various currency regimes.  Currency risk is all-encompassing, and no asset class will escape. 440 more words

Geen Categorie

Are Capital Flows Expansionary or Contractionary? It Depends What Kind

By Olivier Blanchard, Jonathan D. Ostry, Atish R. Ghosh, and Marcos Chamon

(Version in Español)

With the expected move by the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates before the end of the year, many are asking about the effects on emerging market countries. 1,021 more words

International Monetary Fund

Openness and Inequality: Distributional Impacts of Capital Account Liberalization

By Davide Furceri and Prakash Loungani

(Version in Español)

It is well accepted that trade generates winners and losers. The past few decades have seen increases not just in trade in goods and services but trade in assets, as countries relax restrictions on the ability of capital to flow across national boundaries. 655 more words

International Monetary Fund