View Edward Hugh's Articles BY TICKER:
Greece: Last Exit to Nowhere?
May 16, 2011 • Comment!
- Does a Euro Zone Credit Cycle Really Exist?
- Japan's Economy Struggles for Air
March Global Manufacturing Slips Slightly
Apr. 4, 2011 • Comment!
Breaking Down the Economic Issues Raised by Japan's Continuing Struggles
Mar. 20, 2011 • 2 Comments
- Japan Outsourcing Engineering Along With Manufacturing
- Positive 2011 Outlook for Turkey
- Turkish Economy Has Surpassed Pre-Crisis Levels, In Recovery Mode
- Turkey's Audacious Experiment in 'Post Modern' Monetary Policy
- Spain's Troubling Unemployment Statistics
- Spanish Banking Woes: What Goes Up Must Come Down
- Why Can't Spain Get Its Housing Data Right?
Why QE2 Is Almost Inevitable
Oct. 17, 2010 • 6 Comments
- Is a 6% 2011 Deficit Realistic for Spain?
- Bubble Trouble in Finland?
- Eurozone: All for One and One for All?
- The European Sovereign Debt Crisis Is Over? Not Quite
- Spain's Economy Re-Enters Contraction Mode in Q3
- Why We Still Need to Address Rapidly Fluctuating Currency Valuations and Economic Growth Rates
- How Spain Is Destined to Follow in Germany's Footsteps
- How Spain's Stimulus Money Helps Germany Achieve Record Growth
- Spain's Addiction to the Use of 'Dinero B'
- The Chart That Sums Up Everything That's Wrong With IMF Thinking
- Too Soon to Cry Victory for European Economies?
- European Bank Lending Numbers: A Major Headache for the ECB?
European Banks Under Stress
Jul. 26, 2010 • 2 Comments
- Post-Europe Stress Tests, Are Markets Less Stressed?
- Chile's Economy: Steady as She Goes
- Japan Turns to China as a Primary Export Market
- Biting the Fiscal Bullet in Poland
- It's All Gone Quiet in the Eurozone
Is There Global Economic Slowdown in the Works?
Jul. 12, 2010 • 2 Comments