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Telegraph: co mówi Ambroży

Ambroży Evans-Pritchard jest najlepszym ekonopublicystą w Europie, moim skromnym zdaniem. Poniżej zestawienie jego ostatnich artykułów, wszystkie au courant, polecam. Jeśli ktoś raczy przetłumaczyć, to z chęcią opublikuję i myślę, że Ambroży się nie obrazi.

Wygląda, że międzynarodowe spojrzenie zawdzięcza ojcu Edwardowi, profesorowi antropologii. Jest nawet polski ślad, współpracował z najsłynniejszym polskim etnografem, Bronisławem Malinowskim.

Europe’s banks face a $2 trillion dollar shortage

04/03/2009 |finance

European banks face a US dollar “funding gap” of almost $2 trillion as a result of aggressive expansion around the world and may have difficulties rolling over debts, according to a report by the Bank for International Settlements.

Germany may rescue debt-laden EU members

17/02/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard |finance

Germany has acknowledged for the first time that it may have to rescue eurozone states in acute difficulties, marking a radical shift in policy by the anchor nation of Europe's monetary union.

EU pledges eurozone rescue

03/03/2009 |By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard | news

Europe's financial authorities have revealed the existence of a contingency plan to rescue eurozone states at risk of default, giving the first clear assurance that the EU will mount a defence if monetary union comes under speculative attack.

We need shock and awe policies to halt depression

28/02/2009 | finance

Ukraine must be rescued from tragi-comedy for Europe's sake ...

18/02/2009 |By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard | finance

Ukraine is degenerating into tragi-comedy. The president and premier are at daggers drawn.

China nears deflation trap as rail freight collapses

24/02/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard | finance

Railway freight in China’s Shanghai region plunged 31pc in January and industrial production fell 12pc, dashing hopes that Beijing’s stimulus policies will soon begin to fuel recovery.

ECB faces mutiny from national bank governors as recession deepens ...

23/02/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard |finance

The European Central Bank is capitulating.

Global investors see Chinese green shoots

18/02/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard | finance

The world's fund managers have begun to glimpse the first green shoots of recovery and are betting that a powerful rebound in China will revive demand for commodities and lead global industry out of slump.

EU mulls action as Ukraine crumble triggers contagion fears for ...

18/02/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard | finance

Europe's institutions are scrambling for ways to prevent financial contagion from Ukraine and the rest of Eastern Europe from setting off a full-blown banking crisis in Austria, with risks of systemic contagion across the eurozone.

Gold hits record against euro on fear of Zimbabwean-style response ...

17/02/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard | finance

Gold has surged to an all-time high against the euro, sterling, and a string of Asian currencies on mounting concerns that global authorities are embarking on a "Zimbabwe-style" debasement of the international monetary system.

Eastern European currencies crumble as fears of debt crisis grow ...

17/02/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard | finance

Currencies have crumbled across Eastern Europe on mounting fears of a debt crisis as foreign creditors withdraw from the region.

Europe's industrial base may never recover from crisis

12/02/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard | finance

The European Commission has issued a red alert over the unprecedented collapse of industrial production, warning that EU states are running out of money for rescue packages.

Let banks fail, says Nobel economist Joseph Stiglitz

02/02/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard in Davos | finance

The Government should allow every distressed bank to go bankrupt and set up a fresh banking system under temporary state control rather than cripple the country by propping up a corrupt edifice, according to Joseph Stiglitz, the Nobel Prize-winning economist.

Russia steps up high-risk battle on rouble

02/02/2009 |
By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard |

Russia's rouble has fallen to an all-time low against the dollar despite efforts by the central bank to stem capital flight by raising interest rates to 11pc.

WEF 2009: BP sees further crash in oil demand, OPEC behind the ...

29/01/2009 |
By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard in Davos |

The worldwide recession is likely cause a far deeper slump in demand for crude oil this year than recognized so far by the OPEC cartel, according to BP's chief executive Tony Hayward.

Britain risks gilts strike, OECD warns

28/01/2009 |
By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard in Davos |

Britain risks a funding revolt on the global bond markets unless it manages to restore financial confidence in short order.

Weak economies tempted to quit the euro face a fate worse that the ...

23/01/2009 | By Hugo Dixon, breakingviews.com | finance

It's easy to see why there's increasing chit-chat about the single European currency being blown apart by the economic crisis.

France to take direct stake in its car industry

19/01/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard | finance

The state is to take a stake in the country's car industry in the latest sign Europe's rescue packages are spreading to core manufacturing.

Help Ireland or it will exit euro, economist warns

18/01/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard | finance

A leading Irish economist has called on Dublin to threaten withdrawal from the euro unless Europe's big powers do more to rescue Ireland's economy.

World economy 'close to the bottom' of liquidity cycle

18/01/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard | finance

Morgan Stanley has begun to detect early signs that the global economy may be nearing the bottom of the cycle.

ECB delivers stealth cut in overnight rate to record 1pc as slump ...

15/01/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard | finance

The European Central Bank has cut interest rates half a point to 2pc and quietly agreed to let its overnight rate drop to an all-time low of 1pc, adopting a stratetgy of “stealth easing” to shore up Europe’s credit system.

Ireland plans drastic cuts to prevent debt crisis

15/01/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard | finance

Ireland is to demand pay cuts for civil servants and public employees to prevent the budget deficit soaring to 12pc of gross domestic product by next year – becoming the first country in the eurozone to resort to 1930s-style wage deflation to claw back competitiveness.

OECD warns over growth in China, Germany and Russia as downturn ...

13/01/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard | finance

China, Germany and Russia are showing the fastest pace of deterioration among large economies as the entire global system succumbs to a "deep slowdown", according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

Shipping rates hit zero as trade sinks

13/01/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, International Business Editor |

Freight rates for containers shipped from Asia to Europe have fallen to zero for the first time since records began, underscoring the dramatic collapse in trade since the world economy buckled in October.

S&P threatens to strip Spain of top AAA rating

13/01/2009 |
By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard |

Standard & Poor's has threatened to strip Spain of its coveted AAA rating as country's budget deficit explodes, offering the clearest warning to date that even wealthy states are running out of room to borrow.

Bernanke sketches 'Exit Strategy' at last

13/01/2009 |
By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, International Business Editor | finance

Ben Bernanke, chairman of the US Federal Reserve, has begun to sketch an "exit strategy" for the first time after embarking on the most radical monetary experiment in US history, insisting that huge infusions of money will fuel inflation once recovery starts.

Germany sips a prudent €50bn dose of stimulus

13/01/2009 | By Ian Campbell, breakingviews.com | finance

The German economy – producer and supplier of goods to the world – is suffering a slowdown every bit as sharp as the UK, with GDP set to contract by 3pc this year.

Germany opts for `crass Keysnesianism'

06/01/2009 | By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard | finance

Germany's Left-Right coalition was battling yesterday to overcome sharp differences on a fiscal stimulus package to cushion the worst slump since the 1940s and respond to harsh criticism from German industry.

Finance: Expert predictions for 2009

05/01/2009 | finance

Our financial experts predict what will happen in the UK economy, banking, stock markets, oil and the global economy in 2009.

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