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    1. March 1, 2013

      Beware if the ‘inflation genie’ escapes

      Inflation is an old foe. Central bankers try to keep it in check. Investors try to beat it. But those roles are growing...

    2. November 20, 2012

      Wrong sort of volatility hits trend followers

      In the days of British Rail, in the depths of winter, there was a particularly notorious excuse for tardy trains: the wrong...

    1. November 18, 2012

      The trend towards crash insurance

      Man Group is a living example of the curse of the new headquarters. As its new glass-walled HQ took shape next to the Thames...

    2. June 18, 2012

      Euro’s Greek honeymoon short-lived

      The election victory for pro-austerity parties in Greece failed to assuage fears over the eurozone’s future, as investors...

    3. May 23, 2012

      Road to recovery divides experts

      Politicians cannot agree on how to stimulate growth and neither can economists. To a large extent, this is because the...

    4. February 21, 2012

      Investors should prepare for Greek ‘bail-out III’

      At last the tortuous process leading to agreeing a second Greek bail-out deal has ended. The main significance of the deal...

    5. February 10, 2012

      The bulls return, but for how long?

      It is almost as if the past year has just been a bad dream. Global equities this week re-entered a bull market, having risen...

    6. Money Supply

      December 19, 2011

      Should the FPC be scrapped?

      Former Bank of England deputy governor Sir John Gieve writes in today’s Financial Times that the plan to put the new...

    7. November 29, 2011

      Shorter risk cycles are the new paradigm

      There is a widely held view that “risk on/risk off” cycles have sped up of late. Indeed, explicit measures of investor...

    8. October 24, 2011

      Investors see no silver bullet from eurozone rescue

      A big bazooka is needed. But instead eurozone leaders are likely to produce a cap gun that lacks a silver bullet to deal...

    9. October 19, 2011

      We need to rethink QE and how to bail out eurozone

      As fears have risen this summer that the developed world might be tipping back into recession amid troubles in the European...

    10. FT Alphaville

      September 7, 2011

      Economists argue 50p rate should be dropped

      Twenty high-profile economists have written to the FT arguing that George Osborne should drop the 50p top rate of income tax...

    11. September 6, 2011

      Osborne urged to drop 50p tax rate

      George Osborne should drop the 50p top rate of income tax “at the earliest opportunity” to boost growth, according to 20...

    12. August 19, 2011

      West shows worrying signs of ‘Japanisation’

      The big question for many investors these days is one that could scarcely have been thought about a few years ago: is the...

    13. August 8, 2011

      Global investors run from equities

      US shares tumbled in their biggest falls since the peak of the financial crisis as a global growth scare caused investors to...

    14. Money Supply

      August 2, 2011

      QE2 ahoy?

      Fathom Consulting, which hosts its Monetary Policy Forum once a quarter, is known for its dourness on the UK’s economic...

    15. June 17, 2011

      Investors shaken by the fear factor

      For students of psychology, this week’s cold sweat over Greece was an opportune moment to gauge the sentiment of investors....

    16. June 15, 2011

      Bloated balance sheets remain a hard nut to crack

      From Mr Richard Barwell. Sir, ‪Sushil Wadhwani is right to claim that there could be a conflict between monetary and...

    17. May 24, 2011

      Alarm raised on Bank governance

      Government proposals to centre responsibility for banking regulation and monetary policy in the Bank of England, giving...

    18. November 25, 2010

      Bank of England divisions are laid bare

      Discord at the bank Divisions within the Bank of England over Mervyn King’s “excessively political” support for the...

    19. September 8, 2010

      Japanese lessons on ill-timed fiscal tightening

      Financial market participants are increasingly preoccupied by the possibility of a double-dip recession. I am frequently...

    20. Money Supply

      July 15, 2010

      Wadhwani: Rethink new powers for BoE

      “It is odd that the new regulatory structure makes an unrepentant BOE even more powerful with respect to regulatory...

    21. March 4, 2010

      Don’t allow markets to dictate entirely UK fiscal policy

      From Dr Sushil Wadhwani. Sir, Willem Buiter says in discussing the UK fiscal situation, that while the “best policy is not...

    22. Economists' Forum

      January 5, 2010

      Further reading: Inflation, Bernanke and the economic revolution

      From the FT: A 10-year plan to close the budget deficit – John Podesta and Michael Ettlinger Refocus the regulatory debate...

    23. FT Alphaville

      January 5, 2010

      Pink picks

      Comment, analysis and other offerings from Tuesday’s FT, Investor’s Notebook: A look ahead to 2010 Pimco CEO Mohamed...

    24. January 4, 2010

      Insight: Inflation angst troubles investors

      In recent months, I have encountered growing investor concern about bloated central bank balance sheets and elevated...

    25. December 14, 2009

      Mistake to base fiscal policy on textbook model

      From Dr Sushil Wadhwani. Sir, I have lost count of the number of times someone has recently asserted that a fiscal...

    26. February 10, 2009

      Ex-members of MPC urge Bank rethink

      Three former members of the rate-setting monetary policy committee will today call for the Bank of England to move towards...

    27. February 9, 2009

      Ex-members of MPC urge Bank rethink

      Three former members of the rate-setting monetary policy committee will on Tuesday call for the Bank of England to move...

    28. FT Alphaville

      January 9, 2009

      On the success of quantitative easing

      So yesterday the UK press discovered quantitative easing. The Daily Mail: LET’S PRINT MORE MONEY! LABOUR’S BIG IDEA TO FIX...

    29. January 7, 2009

      Hedge fund cuts fees for early exits

      Sushil Wadhwani has cut fees for early withdrawal from his hedge fund, one of last year’s best performers, even as many of...

    30. January 7, 2009

      Hedge fund cuts fees for early exits

      Sushil Wadhwani has cut fees for early withdrawal from his hedge fund, one of last year's best performers, even as many of...

    31. December 18, 2008

      The mistake of trusting macroeconomics too much

      From Mr Jason Streets. Sir, Sushil Wadhwani argues (“How efficient markets theory gave rise to policy mistakes”, December...

    32. December 16, 2008

      Insight: Why policymakers should have known better

      Clients frequently tell me they are puzzled that policymakers allowed such a significant crisis to develop. Their...

    33. October 7, 2008

      The Bank must cut rates by a full point

      Once bubbles burst, policymakers need to respond in a timely and forceful fashion. Mistakes have sometimes occurred because...

    34. April 5, 2008

      Ex-MPC member seeks rate cut to help economy

      The Bank of England came under attack from one of its own yesterday, with a for-mer member of its monetary policy committee...

    35. January 2, 2008

      Split over constraint on Bank decisions

      Economists are divided on whether the current inflation rate should constrain the Bank of England from cutting interest...

    36. January 2, 2008

      Credit squeeze puts spotlight on competence

      The credit squeeze has thrown a spotlight on the competence and credibility of central banks, but economists are divided on...

    37. January 1, 2008

      Split over constraint on Bank decisions

      Economists are divided on whether the current inflation rate should constrain the Bank of England from cutting interest...

    38. January 1, 2008

      Squeeze puts spotlight on competence

      The credit squeeze has thrown a spotlight on the competence and credibility of central banks, but economists are divided on...

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