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Banking

Banks and innovation

Structural parameters of a country’s banking system can foster or destroy innovation.

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Brexit

More on Brexit…

Editors' choice of recent research and commentary on Brexit.

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Macro

The art of forecasting

New research on how to select forecast models, detect forecast breakdowns and when to use economic judgement.

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Financial Markets

An unstable stock market

Perspectives on the recent volatility of the US stock market.

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China

The US-China trade dispute

Gros, Summers and Cochrane on what really is driving the recent US-China trade dispute.

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Eurozone

On the “gilets jaunes”

Olivier Blanchard and Simone Tagliapietra and Georg Zachmann, of Bruegel, opine about the possible factors that could have given rise to the "gilets jaunes" movement.

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Banking

Bank lending and interest on reserves

Did bank lending decrease ever since the Fed started paying interest on reserves?

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Inequality

Gender wage gaps

Gender wage gaps around the world in 2018. What lies behind these gaps? what are the effects on the macroeconomy?

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Monetary Policy

Fed rate: to raise or not to raise

Is it time to stop raising interest rates in the US?

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Monetary Policy

Spillovers of US monetary policy

Interesting new research on US monetary policy spillovers on both advanced and emerging countries.

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