Global Growth Forecasts – Seeing is Believing?

I reckon it must be quite tough at the moment to be an analyst or a money mover/manager. This is not only because of difficult markets and a very opaque economic outlook, but more so because as we move into year’s end we are flooded by a veritable tsunami of sell and buy . . . → Read More: Global Growth Forecasts – Seeing is Believing?

The Case for Carbon Tax

Ted Gayer of the Brookings Institution testified before the U.S Senate, discussing the economic benefits of carbon tax over cap-and-trade (link)

Bernanke Underscores Improving Financial Conditions

Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke gave his views on many topics on Monday afternoon.

Although he remains cautious his conclusions were in line with latest FOMC meeting minutes that calling for a modest recovery in 2010.

His bottom line: “…my best guess at this point is that we will continue to see modest economic . . . → Read More: Bernanke Underscores Improving Financial Conditions