Archive for May, 2010

May 31 2010

A job too big for Schäuble

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As readers might realise by now, I like to be the first to write about things which might impact the economy (be it the German, EU, or global economy) in future (tomorrow, this year, or in the next five years). Today I want to be the first to go on record as having said that Germany’s highly-respected and much-liked minister of finance Wolfgang Schäuble doesn’t have what it takes to be the minister of finance of the biggest economy in the EU. And that he won’t survive in that position until the end of 2010. [Read on]

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May 14 2010

The c-word is back

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When the economic environment changes too fast for economists to follow, that’s always a bit disappointing to me – big economist fan that I am.  [Read on]

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