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No Podemos, Syriza Won’t Translate Too Well in Spanish

January 30, 2015

Click here to read Bloomberg Economist Maxime Sbaihi’s special report.

2014 With Boris

January 13, 2015

A special supplement on Boris Johnson taking highlights from the Boris Watch Column throughout 2014. Click here to read.

Who Hurts Most If Greece Defaults?

January 9, 2015

Should the anti-austerity party Syriza win the upcoming Greek elections and choose default, Germany, the advocate-in-chief for tighter spending, will be on the hook for some of the losses. Still German taxpayers are far less exposed to Greek public debt relative to what smaller, less vociferous euro-area members can afford. Those countries may have good reason to keep

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Greece Best GDP Performer in Third Quarter

December 5, 2014

This chart was taken from the Bloomberg Brief Economics Europe Newsletter. To take a complimentary 30 day trial click here. 

Latin America Pacific Alliance

September 22, 2014

As Brazil slipped into recession this year, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru emerged as the backbone of a region that has often disappointed investors. Unlike Argentina and Venezuela, the four Pacific Alliance countries embraced reforms, foreign investors and orthodox monetary and fiscal policy. Unlike Brazil, a hands-off policy with the


July 14, 2014

A year and a half into Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s attempt to lift Japan’s economy from its two-decade stagnation, policy makers say Abenomics is on track. Inflation has moved higher, corporate profits are up and businesses are starting to invest again. Not everyone is so optimistic. The Nikkei is the worst performing major market in

Davos Special Edition – Free Download Friday 24th 2014

January 24, 2014

Read the Davose Special Edition.