Western nations are in urgent need of common sense policies to regenerate their ailing economies.
Clearly the monetary and Keynesian fiscal policies that were instituted during the recession, can hardly be regarded as a success. Yes, there has been some … Read the rest
Developed nations require radical innovative economic policies to combat slack growth and growing unemployment.
Current economic measures are patently not working as each economic cycle has failed to counter growing structural inbalances that are weighing on growth. Unemployment, currently around … Read the rest
Update December 2010
A two tiered global economic recovery is currently underway. China, Asian nations excluding Japan and emerging commodity producing nations are motoring at a rapid pace. Inflation has become a concern and they are doing their best to … Read the rest
Update- June 2011 As forecast in the article below the IEA now intends releasing 60 million barrels. Unsurprisingly the announcement caught the market unawares. It has caused speculative dumping and has placed pressure on OPEC. Saudi Arabia, worried about a … Read the rest