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The Euro factor in Iraq war
QE-2 : is it the right move?
The US Federal Reserve Bank (Fed) has decided to increase liquidity through quantitative easing of US$ 600 billion from now to June 2011. What is QE, why does the Fed resort to it and what are the implications?
QE3 and Asia : concerns over new monetary easings
Quantitative easing in different forms have recently been resorted to by the US Federal Reserve (Fedres), the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Bank of Japan (BoJ) to rescue their respective economies from prolonged ...
‘Greed is good’ : a hard lesson to unlearn
A recent survey about greed culture in Wall Street showed an alarming tendency: despite much effort by governments to strengthen regulation and supervision of finance, greed and corrupt practices might not be declining.