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A Return to Global Imbalances?

June 15, 2010

C. Fred Bergsten says that a weaker euro and an undervalued Chinese renminbi threaten to magnify the US current account deficit and undercut the G-20's pledge not to revive global imbalances.


Op-ed: New Imbalances Will Threaten Global Recovery Op-ed in the Financial Times
June 10, 2010


China Joins SDR Club December 1, 2015

Fed Miscommunications October 28, 2015

Does China's Currency Decline Portend an Economic Downturn? August 13, 2015

The ECB Acts, but More Action Is Needed June 6, 2014

The ECB Acts to Counter Deflation Threat June 5, 2014

China's Moderate Growth Slowdown April 3, 2014

A Small Step Toward European Banking Union Regulation March 20, 2014

PIIE Debate: How Should the ECB Act to Counter Deflation? February 14, 2014

Tough Questions Confront Yellen and the Fed November 13, 2013

A Yellen Era at the Fed? October 10, 2013