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Howard Butcher III Professor of Finance
The migrant crisis, ISIS terrorist attacks and threats, and anti-austerity movements will continue to create tension in Europe in 2016, and together are raising the question in some quarters whether[…]
As the U.S. Federal Reserve gleans interest rate signals from inflation, job growth and global markets, it needs to show more clarity and consistency in its actions, say Wharton experts.
As Greece accepts its third bailout, the country's people and government face another round of harsh austerity. But does it make sense to impose such policies on an economy that[…]
Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen caused a stir recently when she said that stock valuations were “generally quite high.” But are stocks overvalued? Experts from Wharton and elsewhere weigh in.
While the strong U.S. dollar is a positive development for American consumers who will find many imports cheaper, it’s a more challenging environment for U.S. corporations.