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Tilde New Music festival - Saturday 23 January 2016

The Tilde New Music Festival runs from Saturday 23 to Sunday 24 January 2016 with a variety of composers and artists presenting contemporary music and sound art. 233 more words

printletter 36 Nov/Dec 1981 Vol. 6 No. 6

Contents: Cover picture by Stephen Roach, Frankfurt – Weniger Neuerscheinungen, Frankfurt Book Fair: Fewer new titles, Important Latin American Show in Zurich, Wichtige Lateinamerika-Ausstellung in Zürich, Interview with Bert Hartkamp, Heinrich Kühn – From another time, Reminiszenzen an Heinrich Kühn, Swedish photography: Traditions and hopes, Die schwedische Photoszene, “Bright Sun at Midnight”/”Nächtliche Sonnenstrahlen” – Portfolio by Stephen Roach, news,  book reviews, new portfolios, exhibition calendar.

Money printing is ineffective: Why monetary policy, as we know it, is nearing its death

Vivek Kaul

Everything under the sun is in chaos. The situation is excellent.
– Mao Zedong

It has been a little over six years since the start of the current financial crisis in mid September 2008, when the investment bank Lehman Brothers went bankrupt. 1,274 more words


The US And China's Codependency Is Unhealthy: Stephen Roach

Originall published at http://www.forbes.com/sites/ckgsb/2014/04/09/the-us-and-chinas-codependency-is-unhealthy-stephen-roach/

China wants broader economic, political and military co-operation with the U.S., “a new type of major-power relationship”, said Chinese President  1,025 more words


Ex-Morgan Stanley Chief Economist Admits "Fed Is Distorting Markets"

Source: Zero Hedge, submitted by Tyler Durden on 04/22/2014

Stephen Roach, former Chief Economist at Morgan Stanley, has never been shy to share his opinions about the world and having left the Wall Street firm is even freer to speak uncomfortable truthiness. 46 more words



China’s economy is showing more signs of slowing down, but it’s the interpretation of the slowdown that really matters. Some, like billionaire investor George Soros, warn that China’s economy is “running out of steam”, and it would soon replace the Eurozone crisis as a major threat to the global economy. 161 more words

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