After the midterm elections in the U.S., there is hardly any time to take a deep breath on the political level.
Author Archives: EBECON
U.S. economy remains robust, but recession likely next year
I expect a mild recession, but only a sluggish recovery thereafter at the end of 2023 and in 2024.
German economy in recession: not deep, but the worst is yet to come
The German economy continues to face fierce headwinds from the energy crisis, high inflation rates, and the cooling global economy.
What caught my eye: The US-China trade conflict, workers and commuting, climate scenarios for central banks, and much more…
As always when Chad Bown publishes a piece, I can only recommend it!
U.S. economy: Surprisingly robust development with inflation still high
Recession, yes or no? Many economists have been pondering this question.
German economy may already be in recession
The energy crisis, high inflation and the cooling global economy are fierce headwinds for the German economy.
UK economy: A really hard winter and a slow recovery
The UK economy is currently in deep troubles during these days
What caught my eye: Monetary policy post-pandemic, investment treaties, the financial stability implications of digital assets, and much more…
Does the digital financial system create new potential challenges to financial stability?
German economy does not get out of crisis mode
More than two years of pandemics and the energy crisis triggered by the war in Ukraine are causing permanent stress in the German society and the economy.
Japan: Solid recovery from the pandemic this year, but clouds are gathering
The Japanese economy is doing well over the summer.