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The Weekly Market Color Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s hint that there could be a tapering off of QE (quantitative easing) purchases as early as September led to a rout in the bond markets this past week.
Global Economic Governance in the Making: The Emergence and Viability of the G20 in an Interdependent World Economy This paper analyzes the progress of the G20 by situating it in the general historical institutional evolution of the contemporary global economy.
The Weekly Market Color Global equity markets continue to reach all-time highs even as the level of market activity is beginning to slow down a little as the Summer holidays approach.
The Weekly Market Color Although global stocks ended the week higher for the most part, the underlying tone in the market was a little weaker than usual; this weakness was primarily felt in the fixed income space.