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London – financial capital of the world?

By Raz Koroh

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The City of London was the place to be for many of Britain’s brightest and most ambitious people, gathering in a pulsating mass of wealth creation.  585 more words

Economics

Is monetary easing the answer to Eurozone problem?

By Raz Koroh

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According to the European Central Bank president Mario Draghi, he is prepared to act to push up inflation in the single currency area, which at 0.2 per cent in December 2015 and 0.4 per cent in January 2016 is a long way off the 2.0 per cent level that the ECB estimates as conducive to healthy economic growth.  524 more words

Economics

15 Feb 2016 (TheAge,NYTimes) - Eurozone fails to bounce back from GFC hit - Eurozone Economy Grows, but Total Output Still Lags 2008

(15 February 2016, The Age, BusinessDay, p24, By JACK EWING)

‘Europe is still trying to crawl back to where it was in 2008. That was the subtext of the economic data for the eurozone published on Friday. 42 more words

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Europe in one chart: What countries really think of their neighbors

The latest episode in Europe’s ongoing financial crisis pits Greece, the delinquent debtor, against Germany, the fiscally responsible creditor.

That may be a wild generalization, but it conforms, at least, to stereotypes within Europe: Germans are considered by each of the countries… 52 more words