- China's Response to Global Turmoil
China should turn to fiscal stimuli, ease its monetary policy, and develop a long-term plan for the capital market in order to handle the financial crisis.
- The Crisis of Global Capitalism?
The recent financial crisis poses a sever challenge to global capitalism, but robust growth should return once the current difficulties have been managed.
- Saving America
The U.S. financial system could go under without swift action from the global community.
- Global Hard Landing
While the financial crisis is far from over, the economic crisis is just around the corner, and the U.S. may be headed for a hard landing.
- Back to Earth
With the Olympics over, it's time for China to face some unprecedented challenges including lower foreign demand, rising costs at home, and liquidity.
- Too Early for Bottom Fishing
The global economy is likely to continue going south for another year, and once it bottoms out, the rebound will be slow in coming.
- Is America in Decline?
The seasonal, gloom-and-doom industry that portends America's decline has begun to wind its once again. But how true are its claims?
- The Crisis Returns
The credit crisis may soon crunch harder than ever as the U.S. mortgage industry collapses.
- Blessed by a Bubble?
As history suggests, today's housing bubble may be better than originally conceived.
- Still Selling Bonds
As Central Bankers create a facade of an inflation crackdown, China should follow the lead of private investors in fleeing bond positions.
- The Emerging Inflation Shock
An up-close look where today's emerging inflation is originating and why it's rearing its ugly head.
- Deja vu?
Vietnam's economy is suffering, but the impact should be limited. What's needed now is responsible fiscal policy to mollify the consequences of a burst bubble.
- The Oil Bubble Lives On
The cost of oil may peak when developing countries cut subsidies, and bursting the bubble could depend on Fed moves.
- Key Risks of China
The forces in the way of continued economic growth are diminishing.
- The Crisis Will Return
Current attitudes to the market are optimistic, but should they be for the long run?