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No Capital Controls for China, Please
No Capital Controls for China, Please

02/06/16 - 07:53 AM EST

The call for capital controls in China is just a short-term fix and won't suffice for the long term.

The Federal Reserve Is at the Center of the World Financial Mess

Financial dislocation throughout the world is becoming more of a problem. Central in all of this is the Federal Reserve, which needs to take a more global outlook

Economic Conflict Must Be Avoided as Globalization Continues

Continued globalization connected with a strong dollar can lead to some real economic disruptions as emerging countries take over others' businesses and industries. This cannot be allowed to dominate

The U.S. Dollar Is Strong and Is Going to Stay Strong: Learn to Live With It

U.S. officials, like those at the Fed, can do little in the current situation to lower the value of the dollar. The strong dollar is here to stay.

Get Used to Financial Market Volatility -- Here's Why It's Here to Stay

Financial market volatility will not come to an end without some major crisis because there are too many objections, primarily political, to possible solutions to the situation.

The World Economy Is Addicted to Credit Bubbles, a Hard Habit to Kick

The credit bubble created by central banks in the recovery from the Great Recession is bursting -- and it's making a mess.

Is Instability the New Norm in International Financial Markets? It Doesn't Have to Be

The world may not like it, but governments are going to have to grow up and move into the twenty-first century and financial markets are signaling the need to change

Fed Made Its Historical Move, Now It Needs to Dump Even More Historical Baggage

The Fed made the policy move it has been threatening to make. It needs to address how it is operating to take into account its role in the world.

The Federal Reserve Must Raise Rates This Week to Save Face

The Federal Reserve is out-of-sync with the world in terms of its policy-making. It is not the central bank of the world, yet its moves impacts others

Saudi Arabia and Iran Want to Keep Oil Prices Low to Hurt the U.S. -- But Will It Kill OPEC?

The recent OPEC meeting broke up with discord as Saudi Arabia continued to control the cartel and keep production open in order to keep low cost producers out.

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