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“European policy must not destroy jobs”

While three quarters of the employees of the Liberty Steel Dudelange factory find themselves on short-time work due to the…

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Outlook: ECB confirms monetary policy course and drives on sight – DWS column

While a reduction in bond purchases in the USA (“tapering”) has been discussed on the capital markets since the beginning…

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Joe Biden – Climate Policy – Precious Metals – Columns

With the Democrats winning the Georgia Senate runoff, Joe Biden’s climate action should be secured. Now the new US President…

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Interview “The corona crisis is the renaissance of state fiscal policy”

Moritz Schularick is an economics professor at the University of Bonn and director of the MacroFinance Lab there.Julia Sellmann Moritz…

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The Monetary Policy Incentives of Central Banks – Columns

A catastrophic economic downturn was averted by the loose fiscal policies of the central banks. How will it go on.…

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Algeria: towards the creation of a new COVID-19 insurance policy

The actors of the Algerian insurance sector, together with the public authorities, looked at the creation of a new COVID-19…

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Economy & Politics

Trade Policy “America is Back, We’re Back in the Game”

Active for free trade under Barack Obama: US Vice President Joe Biden 2015 with EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and…

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Monetary policy is reaching its limits

D.he prospect of a vaccine against the corona virus does not currently change the economic outlook in the major central…

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US election What Biden wants to do differently in economic policy

Joe Biden plans billions in investments in public goods from modern infrastructure to clean energy to education and health for…

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Can monetary and financial policy still be separated?

D.he national debt in the industrialized nations last year averaged around 115 percent of economic output. Given the pandemic, this…

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