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Nippon Life Professor Emeritus of Finance
The U.K.’s Brexit referendum in June could have serious but not likely calamitous economic effects on the nation over the long term. The bigger worry, as was the case with[…]
European banks haven’t recovered as well as U.S. banks from the financial crisis. Investors have sold off shares as banks face tighter margins and an ongoing slowdown.
China is weighing whether to simply loosen capital controls or to make the yuan a fully convertible currency. The risk of too much devaluation and capital flight hang in the[…]
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's latest policy offensive focuses on Japan’s most fundamental challenges. But will it be enough?
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[…]