CAMRI Global Perspectives is a digest of market research & views by Dr. Brian Fabbri, Visiting Senior Research Fellow at CAMRI & President of FABBRI Global Economics . We hope you enjoy reading our CAMRI Global Perspectives digest.
December 2017: More of the Same in 2018, But Not for Long!
November 2017: The EU Playing It Safe
September 2017: Is This As Good As It Gets?
June 2017: Globalization brings synchronization
April 2017: The EU: The Haves and Have Nots
March 2017: Debt: Too Much, or Do We Need More?
February 2017: Does Macro Policy Diverge or Converge?
January 2017: From East to West, Inflation is Back!
December 2016: Trump: The High King of Leverage
November 2016: Fiscal Boost Needed to Make EU, UK and Japan Great Again
October 2016: The Time for Change is Now
September 2016: Is it Time for A New Monetary Policy Target?
July 2016: The EU: What’s next?
April 2016: Man in Tights: Abenomics Needs Another Arrow!
March 2016: The Rash of Economic Forecast Downgrades?
November 2015: Thanksgiving: A Good Time for Reflection and Sharing
October 2015: How Important Is Manufacturing?
September 2015: Are Interest Rates too Low for Savings?
June 2015: Where Have All the Good Wads Gone?
May 2015: The Critical Question is How High?
March 2015: Are Financial Bubbles Building?
February 2015: From QE to Cheap Currency: The Race to the Bottom
December 2014: Year-end Look Ahead and Backward
November 2014: Inflation in US: Where Has It Gone?
October 2014: Saying Q.E.D. to QE?
September 2014: Macro Prudential Policies Work
July-August 2014: US Economic Pull, Push or Let Go? The Case of Asia
June 2014: Excess Liquidity and No Inflation!
April 2014: Will It Be Déjà Vu for Japan?
March 2014: The End of Easy Money Is Near
February 2014: Sovereign Asset-Liability Management in Singapore
November – December 2013: Will Changed Leadership Matter?
September 2013: Is the US Credit Crisis Over?
August 2013: Watch What He Says
July 2013: QE Comes and Goes
June 2013: Currency Conflict – A Hazy Outlook?
May 2013: Financial Markets and the Economy
April 2013: Trade over Conflict
March 2013: Japan Chooses Inflation