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For the first time, the RBI is looking at a long-term inflation target as part of a new monetary policy mechanism.   EMERGING MARKETS ROUNDUP By Aaron Chaze For the first time ever, the Indian central bank, the Reserve Bank of India, is looking at s...
Some emerging markets are working hard to push themselves up into the next economic bracket.   “The emerging economies’ average [on the PwC Escape Index, which measures how countries can “escape” from their current economic position and move into a h...
When president Obama shared with the American public his policy vision for the next year, it was a unique opportunity to educate the nation on its international trade challenges, including the current trade agenda, potential new partners, and ways to deal with the tr...
Demonstrators have been out on the streets of Istanbul and Ankara yet again, this time portesting the draconian curbs the government wants to impose on the Internet. For investors this reinforces the alarming way confidence seems to have drained from the economy...
As the US Federal Reserve Board slowly moves away from the expansionary monetary policy it has pursued for a long time, the debate over the consequences for emerging markets is still raging on Wall Street. By Tiziana Barghini February 3, 2014 A...
Chilean Economics professor José De Gregorio digs deep in the aptly titled How Latin America Weathered The Global Financial Crisis.   By Valentina Pasquali Feb 7, 2014 - More than five years since the beginning of the global financial crisis, ...
The departing Fed boss gets props from economists—and himself   By Tiziana Barghini Bernanke: The Visible Hand For Ben Bernanke, a rocky eight-year tenure as chairman of the Federal Reserve Board is ending on a good note....
The landscape for foreign direct investment is undergoing a seismic shift. Here’s what’s happening—and why.   FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT By Valentina Pasquali Global foreign direct investment is undergoing a seismic shift as emerging markets co...
DEAR READER   JANUARY 2014 | VOL. 28 NO. 1   Janet Yellen steps in as the new chair of the Federal Reserve at a precarious moment. The Fed tapering announced in December will have a huge impact on markets around the globe. In fact, it has has an effect...
The World Bank’s chief economist, Africa, offers up a possible shortlist of the continent’s next breakout economies.   SIDESTEPPING THE BOOM AND BUST By Tiziana Barghini Global Finance sat down with Francisco Ferreira, chief economist, Africa, a...
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