Book review - Határátkelés

The Polish Obserwator Finansowy has reviewed the recent book, Határátkelés, by László Lengyel and György Surányi. Tovább»​​​​​​​

Hungary's Funding May Dry Up in 2011 Without IMF Support, Citigroup Says

Hungary may be unable to raise sufficient funds on financial markets in 2011 if global conditions deteriorate and the government fails to extend its International Monetary Fund program, according to Citigroup Inc. (5 August, 2010, Bloomberg) Tovább»​​​​​​​

Interview with ECB President Mario Draghi - Spiegel

'We Couldn't Just Sit Back and Do Nothing'

In an interview with SPIEGEL, President of the European Central Bank Mario Draghi defends his euro crisis policies and promises to keep prices stable. He also says he's on Germany's side when it comes to encouraging reforms in the euro zone.

Spiegel Online October 29 2012 Tovább»​​​​​​​

China plays hard ball - European Council of Foreign Relations

The recent appearance of China as potential saviour of the Eurozone is put in doubt by Francois Godement at the European Council of Foreign Relations.

Asserting political conditions in return for help is a risky game to play for China but Europe may not be united enough to withstand it, argues Godement. Tovább»​​​​​​​

Turkey vs Hungary - Financial Times

The Turkey-versus-Hungary comparison is perhaps the starkest example of the macroeconomic contrasts within the EEMEA region and also of the different policy responses of the respective central banks, writes Christian Keller of Barclays Capital.


Financial Times blogs, 24 August, 2011 Tovább»​​​​​​​


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