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Article(s) From Richard Martin
Cebu Summit Real Progress?
- The Cebu EAS meeting initiates a new process as an opportunity to productively reframe current policy challenges
(January - February 2007)
When The World Won’t Price Capital
- Richard Martin argues that, with huge pools of global capital searching for yield today, the challenge for Finance heads will be to find ways to tap into these funds
- The IMF’s global growth forecasts are edging up, but slowing Asian exports are a warning sign
- Prepare for upside surprises in demand, for shortages in supply, rising inflation and interest rates, and for a strong dollar
- The Risk is now on the Upside
- The current global upturn is less strong than prior recoveries, and differs with them in several important ways
- Improving global macro-economic conditions justify an upward revision in growth forecasts
- A synchronised recovery is lifting markets across the globe
- A harmonised global upturn
- On track for a boost in growth
- Have we underestimated 2017 growth?
- On track for a mild recovery
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