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      A Yes vote for independence would be an economic mistake for Scotland and a geopolitical disaster for the west, senior US...

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      September 3, 2014

      The contested ties between asset prices and QE

      The development of economies can to some extent be predicted. For example, when an economy has recently been growing at a...

    3. August 11, 2014

      Investors need a BuzzFeed listicle of reasons to be careful

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      Contenders for the patron saint of entrepreneurs

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      Carney needs to learn the value of mumbling

      What is Mark Carney’s trouble? It isn’t that he’s behaving like Britain’s “unreliable boyfriend”, as Labour MP Pat McFadden...

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      A tale of two US central bankers

      Here’s a tale of two central bankers. The first, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, thinks shares are not especially...

    7. FT Alphaville

      May 28, 2014

      Guest post: When anyone can be a money issuer

      By David GW Birch, a director of the secure electronic transactions consultancy, Consult Hyperion. Birch was recently named...

    8. May 9, 2014

      Even boom times get the blues

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    9. April 25, 2014

      Low Treasury yields frustrate bond bears

      While many expect a pick-up in US economic activity in the second half, Treasury rates remain low – a conundrum that...

    10. April 4, 2014

      Charles Keating, financier and moralist, 1923-2014

      At the time it was a big deal – the biggest financial crisis since the Great Depression. But in retrospect the US savings...

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      March 14, 2014

      Tony Benn: Tea with the FT in 2008

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      The Fed’s waning magic in the age of Yellen

      Every chairman of the US Federal Reserve seems to get hit by a crisis in their first year. For Paul Volcker in 1979 it was...

    13. January 31, 2014

      A eulogy to Ben Bernanke’s turbulent Fed years

      “We did what we did, we didn’t do what we didn’t do, and the result was what happened.” – Paul Volcker Ben Bernanke is...

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      January 9, 2014

      Greenspan, the Keynesian

      Justin Fox at the Harvard Business Review has collated some interesting extracts from a conversation he had with Alan...

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      Objectivist chronicler of Ayn Rand

      When Ayn Rand banished Nathaniel Branden, the man she once called her “intellectual heir”, and his wife Barbara from her...

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      How to spot a bubble about to burst

      How do we know when irrational exuberance has unduly escalated asset values? That, as my colleague Jonathan Eley is keen to...

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      October 30, 2013

      The Closer

      FURTHER FURTHER READING - How to value Twitter. - Alan Greenspan discovers Keynes, sort of. - Google Glass gets an ear bud....

    18. October 25, 2013

      An interview with Alan Greenspan

      A couple of years ago I bumped into Alan Greenspan, the former chairman of the US Federal Reserve, in the lofty surroundings...

    19. October 18, 2013

      The Map and the Territory, by Alan Greenspan

      The Map and the Territory: Risk, Human Nature, and the Future of Forecasting, by Alan Greenspan, Allen Lane RRP£25/Penguin...

    20. August 20, 2013

      Why has the Fed given up on America’s unemployed?

      Complaints about public officials’ short time horizons are well rehearsed: the gripe is usually that too many activist...

    21. August 16, 2013

      Central banks and asset prices

      Alien economics students find the reverence in which central bankers are held on planet earth puzzling. Zog textbooks...

    22. August 11, 2013

      Summers or Yellen? The best Obama can do is toss a coin

      Here is a small heresy. The brouhaha about Barack Obama’s choice for the next chair of the US Federal Reserve is in inverse...

    23. July 19, 2013

      Jazz-loving lawyer trusted by Nixon

      All US presidents need people they can trust around them, but few more so than Richard Nixon, and for a variety of reasons....

    24. July 8, 2013

      US revolving door

      Timothy Geithner, the former US Treasury secretary, may command higher speaking fees than most of his former colleagues –...

    25. June 28, 2013

      King’s reign ends – would anyone have done better?

      Follow certain people and organisations on Twitter and you’ll find they have barely a good word to say about Sir Mervyn...

    26. June 21, 2013

      Unwinding the world’s biggest economic experiment

      On Wednesday, the chairman of the Federal Reserve announced that the greatest experiment in the history of central banking...

    27. June 18, 2013

      Alan Greenspan’s tone of voice moved gold and silver prices

      Did the tone adopted by Alan Greenspan in speeches on monetary policy move world gold and silver prices? That’s what...

    28. Gavyn Davies

      March 17, 2013

      Fed's exit will be gradual and difficult

      The FOMC will meet on Wednesday with the markets feeling confident that there will be no change in monetary policy. This...

    29. March 10, 2013

      A good engineer who knows his own limits

      At the start of this century the journalist Bob Woodward anointed Alan Greenspan as “the symbol of American economic...

    30. February 7, 2013

      Carney charms MPs in first big test

      He arrived as the rock star central banker with a rock star salary – a dangerous billing after financial crisis ruined the...

    31. February 1, 2013

      Conscientious objectors unlikely in currency war

      Why do countries such as China and the US manipulate their exchange rate? The answer is simple. Because they can. And why do...

    32. FT Long Short

      February 1, 2013

      Goldilocks eats the three bears

      Goldilocks is back! Goldilocks was the famous “not too hot, not too cold” economy which under US Federal Reserve chairman...

    33. January 24, 2013

      Geithner leaves with reputation enhanced

      Few Secretaries of the Treasury are called upon to fight a financial crisis and fewer still emerge with their reputations...

    34. January 21, 2013

      America’s debt dilemma: A looming crisis

      The US economy is in the doldrums, unemployment is stubbornly high and Social Security, the New Deal-era safety net for...

    35. FT Alphaville

      December 10, 2012

      The robot economy and the new rentier class

      It seems more top-tier economists are coming around to the idea that robots and technology could be having a greater...

    36. December 9, 2012

      A new paradox found in markets theory

      The efficient market theory has exerted a huge influence on the way market participants, central bankers, and regulators...

    37. November 2, 2012

      Former BoE officials call for reform

      Former senior officials at the Bank of England on Friday called for the central bank to implement recommendations from...

    38. November 2, 2012

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