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I am in Munich today to do a presentation on Brexit at the European Institute COO-CFO Roundtable.
Friday's US labour market report was a huge disappointment. This graph explains why.
One of the greatest living monetary historians professor Larry White will be visiting Copenhagen in less than two weeks.
Greece has made yet another other deal with the EU and IMF on its debt situation. Or rather as one EU official described it to the Financial Times “If it looks like we are kicking the can down the road that is because we are”.
We hear it all the time - central banks are printing money like no time before and it is not working and now there is nothing more central banks around the world can do to fight deflation.
The Telegraph's Ambrose Evans-Pritchard has a good article on the risk of renewed troubles for the euro zone. See here.
Paul Krugman has a very interesting blog post on the relative economic performance of the US and the euro zone.
Recently both the Italian and the Spanish governments have come out and said that they will have to revise their expectations for their budget deficits in negative direction.