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- Twenty Percent of Spanish Mortgages Now Considered High Risk
- Lessons from Central Europe
- Germany's Economy Returns to Statistical Growth in Q2
- Japan: June Exports Sustain Upward Momentum But Surplus Employment Rockets
Hungary Struggles to Apply Its Own Unique Version of 'Internal Devaluation'
on Wed, Jul 22, 2009 • Comment!
The IMF Imposes New Conditions on Latvia
on Wed, Jul 15, 2009 • 5 Comments
- Russia's Contraction Eases but Knife-Edge Risks Remain for 2010
- The IMF/EU Commission Rift on Latvia Seems to Be Deepening
- Cliff Hanging in Bulgaria
- Sweden's Economy at a Glance
- Sweden's State of the Art Monetary Policy
- The Global Manufacturing Contraction Eases Again in June
- Are the IMF and ECB Lining Up Against the EU Commission over Latvia?
- Europe's Retail PMI: Weak and Weaker
- Japanese Consumer Sentiment Rises as Exports Slump: Where's the Recovery?
- Europe's Economies Move Sideways in June
- Germany's Economy: How Did They Get into This Mess?
Southern Europe Banking: The East as a Dry Run for What's to Come
on Tue, Jun 16, 2009 • 2 Comments
- China's Imports and Global Recovery: Brad Setser Need Be Curious No Longer
- David Takes on Goliath and Loses: The Ferguson-Krugman Exchange
- More 'Green Shoots': Latvian Exports, German and Japanese Capital Goods Output
- Green Shoots in Germany and Estonia?
- Latvia: Devalue Now or Later?
- The Trouble with Latvia: What It Is and Why It Matters
- JPMorgan Global PMI Report: May Manufacturing Improves Again
- More than a 'Whiff' of Inflation in Japan
- Exports, Investment Spending Drag German GDP Down in Q1
- Germany: Seeing Is Believing, But Stabilizing Is Not Recovering
- Japanese Exports Fall Flat in April
- Eastern Europe's Woes: The New Orthodoxy Is Upon Us
- ZEW Central and Eastern Europe Sentiment Index Shows First Positive Reading in 20 Months
- Europe’s Economic Activity Looks Up Slightly in May