Tag Archives: monetary policy

Live Stream Session: Industry Call to Action and Panel on the World Debt Crisis

John Rogers, CFA, the president and CEO of CFA Institute, hosts a panel discussion. Read More

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Gavyn Davies: Macroeconomics before, during, and after the Great Recession

The global economy is on a tenuous path to recovery “but there is still a huge challenge ahead,” says the former adviser to both the U.K. prime minister and HM Treasury. Read More

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Bonfire of the Currencies: Jim Grant Calls for Return to a “True Gold Standard”

The founder and editor of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer says that central bank policies have undermined confidence in paper currencies. Read More

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Deflation Is What Keeps Central Bankers Up at Night, Says David Blanchflower

The Dartmouth economics professor and former member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee contends that the U.S. Federal Reserve ought to initiate QE3 — and possibly QE4. Read More

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Liaquat Ahamed on How to Stop (Central) Bankers from Breaking the World

In the opening session of the 64th CFA Institute Annual Conference, the Pulitzer-Prize winning author of Lords of Finance analyzes the lessons of the 1929 Crash and the Great Depression. Read More

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Speaker Preview: Central Bankers Ignore Stock Market Valuations at Their Peril, Says Andrew Smithers

The London-based founder and chairman of Smithers & Co. has an important message for monetary policymakers. Read More

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