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    Why inflation looks likely to stay above the pre-pandemic norm

    Even as supply-chain snarls ease, wage growth and price expectations are ticking up Continue reading...
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    Can the Fed pull off a controlled slowdown of the housing market?

    The events of the early 1980s might provide a guide Continue reading...
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    Is the euro zone’s doom loop still to be feared?

    Some reforms have weakened its force, but they have not eliminated it altogether Continue reading...
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    Three mechanisms for crypto contagion

    How to make sense of bitcoin’s plight Continue reading...
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    How inflation and interest rates might affect Italy’s budget

    Tighter monetary policy could make Italy’s debts harder to pay Continue reading...
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    The Bank of Japan v the markets

    Investors are testing the central bank’s promise to keep yields low Continue reading...
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    After a golden decade, fintech faces its first true test

    Rising interest rates and a slowing economy will shock the business model Continue reading...
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    The rights and wrongs of investing in natural gas

    Should multilateral development banks finance gas projects? Continue reading...
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    How attractively are shares now priced?

    What a key valuation measure says about buying the dip Continue reading...
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    Why is inflation relatively low in some places?

    We identify the large economies where inflation trails behind that in the West Continue reading...
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    People’s inflation expectations are rising—and will be hard to bring down

    No one listens to central banks Continue reading...
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    The construction industry remains horribly climate-unfriendly

    Governments are falling well short in their efforts to turn things around Continue reading...
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    Is trading on America’s stockmarket fair?

    Gary Gensler, the head of the SEC, thinks not Continue reading...
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    In stamping out covid, China has stomped on confidence

    China is able to make and distribute more things again. But will consumers buy them? Continue reading...
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    The European Central Bank responds to market turmoil

    The ECB is here to close spreads Continue reading...
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    The Federal Reserve raises interest rates by 0.75 percentage points

    Markets wake up to the fact that conquering inflation will be costly Continue reading...
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    The Fed’s flawed plan to avoid a recession

    The central bank thinks it can reduce job vacancies without job losses Continue reading...
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    America’s inflation headache gets worse

    As prices soar, markets tumble—and the Democrats may be next Continue reading...
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    Air starts to seep out of the bubbly Canadian property market

    Two decades of nearly uninterrupted price gains collide with rising mortgage costs Continue reading...
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    Refiners are providing a fresh source of drama for oil markets

    The low-key, low-margin industry is printing money Continue reading...