Chief Desk Editor, EMEA Economics and Markets, Reuters
Chief Desk Editor, EMEA Economics & Markets, Reuters
slate.com — Pew tells us all about European public opinion including this funny table of stereotypes in which we see that Germany has developed a terrible reputation in Greece but remains pretty well-regarded otherwise. Other notable findings include the self-loathing of Italians who regard themselves as exceptionally untrustworthy and the fact that...
uk.reuters.com — LONDON (Reuters) - One of Britain's few economic bright spots - a 13-month run of increased car sales - may actually say more about the country's ills than it does about its growth prospects. Much of the rise has been caused by a banking scandal, high fuel prices, erosion of savings and widening income inequality.
blogs.reuters.com — "Abenomics" - Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's aggressive reflationary fiscal and monetary policy - is widely praised for injecting optimism into the world's third largest economy and making Tokyo stocks the best performing equity market in the world this year. However, in Japan, something odd is happening as a result of Abenomics - a big shortage of squid.
uk.reuters.com — BRUSSELS/PARIS | Wed Apr 24, 2013 8:12am BST BRUSSELS/PARIS (Reuters) - A few hours after midnight one Sunday last month, as negotiations over a rescue for Cyprus dragged into a second day, French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici fell asleep. Most euro zone ministers in Brussels that night failed to notice, continuing to pore over the details of the multi-billion-euro deal.
reuters.com — Christos Patsalides, permanent secretary of Cyprus's Ministry of Finance, also described the international lenders as "forces of occupation" that cared nothing for human rights. Patsalides took part in the recent bailout negotiations between Cyprus and the European Union and International Monetary Fund.
reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Eduardo Munoz Harvard Professor and Economist Kenneth Rogoff speaks during the Sohn Investment Conference in New York, May 16, 2012. As they poured over the spreadsheets Herndon had requested from Harvard's Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff, which formed the basis for a widely quoted 2010 study, they spotted what they believed were glaring errors.
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