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The bad days are back

It was the formidable chief of US Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan who coined the term "irrational exuberance" to describe the stock market boom of the late-1990s. It's a term that constantly rings......

Lessons from Islamabad

In a competitive democracy, every election campaign involves a calculated gamble. Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee's apparent decision to go along with the rest of the party and settle for a......

'We ought to fire the President and get a new one'

A little less than a year ago,I argued that the President's case for urgent, unilateral, pre-emptive war in Iraq was less than convincing and needed to be challenged more effectively by the......

Ramananda Sengupta: Why we need the UN

Is the United Nations redundant? Or is it the solitary obstacle to a world dominated by the United States? Both President George W Bush and his Secretary of State Colin Powell have recently and......

Can Asia withstand a US slowdown?

In a speech on Tuesday, former chairman of the Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan played down the effect of his words on the world's financial markets."There's a general view out there that I have more......

Will the Fed switch to inflation targeting?

With Ben Bernanke being nominated as the next Fed chief who would be replacing Alan Greenspan, there is wide speculation in the financial markets over the stance of monetary policy that would be......

Crisis management, Greenspan's forte

One of the first things Alan Greenspan did when he took leadership of the Federal Reserve was put together a plan to follow in the event of a market emergency. Just two months into the job, he......

US interest rates to rise further

Alan Greenspan signaled Wednesday that the Federal Reserve will keep pushing interest rates higher this year in an effort to keep inflation on an even keel.\nThe Fed chief had mostly positive......

Be honest, Greenspan urges Wharton grads

Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan on Sunday urged the graduating class at one of the US' top business schools to remember that, even in a business world tainted by corporate scandal, the nice......
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The polite way of putting it

New Delhi, Sept 30: The RBI governor has said his children didn't approve of his comment at yesterday's news conference where he had said: "I am... ...
Why the Fed should raise rates

Now that US stock markets have experienced their first 10% correction since 2011, investors are again looking to the Federal Reserve (Fed) to bail... ...
Should the US Fed raise rates? IMF and World Bank versus BIS

Would anyone have foreseen, during the long boom of 2003-07, that the developed economies would be hobbling along on near-zero interest rates from... ...
Here's why not to worry about China (too much)

This week's holiday to commemorate the end of World War II couldn't have come at a better time. For a global financial system traumatized by recent... ...
Yellen ally pours cold water on rule-based monetary policy

JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. For much of her tenure as head of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen has been pressured by Republican lawmakers who want the U.S.... ...

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