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Financial Instability

Mark Weisbrot
Friday 08 February, 2013
Unless the European authorities reverse course, leaving the euro may end up as the only sensible option for Greece- not only economically but politically as well.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Friday 01 February, 2013
As evidence suggests, the Chinese economy is experiencing a reversal of the trajectory of high growth driven by excess investment; there is a shift towards consumption now.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Wednesday 23 January, 2013
The recent approval by the SEC of USA to a JP Morgan created ETF backed by physical supply of copper reflects the collusive power of finance capital over regulators till date.
Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 22 January, 2013
The recent experience of Sweden provides an illustrative alternative to the austerity measures being adopted globally to counter the financial crisis.
Jan Kregel
Thursday 17 January, 2013
Prof. Jan Kregel traces the history of developmental finance in the context of Latin America and talks about possibilities in the post crisis scenario.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Thursday 20 December, 2012
A recent judgment in a case involving Argentine debt restructuring raises questions about sovereign default, the huge volume of international debt and methods of its recovery.
Jayati Ghosh, Matias Vernengo
Tuesday 04 December, 2012
A vulture fund has won a court bid to force Argentina to repay debt, after the nation rejected austerity as a way out of crisis.
C.P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 30 October, 2012
While large bank loans to private investors have been restructured to keep them 'performing', the burden of such financing has fallen disproportionately on public sector banks.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Tuesday 30 October, 2012
The NPA figures on the books of the scheduled commercial banks seem to be gross underestimates given the recent debt restructurings involving a number of large borrowers.
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Wednesday 17 October, 2012
The Government's decision to increase foreign presence in insurance would import practices that would subject the savings of middle classes to increased probability of loss.



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