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Economics Europe

Ireland has limited lessons for Greece’s recovery

Despite being the poster child of post-crisis reform, Ireland’s economic policy only has limited usefulness in solving the Greece’s economic crisis.  In response to Greece’s more combative approach to its bailout

Politics The Week Ahead

Weekly Risk Outlook

Petrobras releases audited financials. EU prepares Google antitrust case. US Senate considers new legislation. Eurozone and Greece get ready for Riga meeting. Oil companies and associated government officials meet to

International Politics The Week Ahead

GRI’s Weekly Risk Outlook

Deadlines loom with Iran nuclear talks. China releases PMI data. U.S. prepares to release unemployment figures. Greece releases reform proposals. All in the Weekly Risk Outlook. Deadline for Iran nuclear

Economics International

OECD interim assessment shows moderate growth

The OECD Interim Assessment indicates slightly higher, albeit still moderate world growth, and the report underscores a warning against a hollow recovery driven by monetary policy rather than fundamentals. The

Economics Europe

Is Greece heading towards a referendum?

Will increased tension between Greece and its creditors lead to a potentially destabilizing Greek referendum on austerity measures or membership in the euro?  In a March 12 interview on Australian

Asia Pacific Economics

China’s monetary and exchange rate problems increase with reform

The recent cuts in Chinese interest rates underline the economic headaches that China is facing. Between long-term reforms and short-term weakening, there appears to be no easy solution for China’s monetary policy.

Europe Finance

Britain wins ECB battle, but has it won the war?

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) granted the UK an important victory against the European Central Bank (ECB) on March 4, with a ruling that prevents the central bank from limiting

Economics The Week Ahead

GRI’s Weekly Risk Outlook

Greece proposes reform measures to Eurozone finance ministers. Presidents Obama and Tusk meet to speak on state of transatlantic diplomatic ties. Perth hosts iron and steel talks as commodities slide.

Economics Europe

What about Greek growth?

Instead of spending energy on retribution for the Euro crisis, negotiations between Greece and the Eurogroup will be more fruitful if they focus less on debt and more on economic

Europe Finance

Interview: What to Expect from Monday’s Eurogroup Meeting

Endless talks and an exhausting game of words are about to reach an end as Monday’s Eurogroup meeting is in sight and Greek and European negotiators will have to submit