What caught my eye: The IMF economic outlook, the oil market in 2023, and the effects of Brexit

The International Monetary Fund published its economic outlook (in my opinion, it is a bit too optimistic):

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!

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?

What caught my eye: Scientific writing, central bank digital currencies, the rise of the side startup, and much more…

“We find that applicants with a history of risky research are less likely to be selected for funding than those without such a history, especially early career applicants.”

U.S. Economy: Growth dips amid high inflation

The US economy contracted by 0.4 percent in the first quarter of 2022 compared with the previous quarter (annualized 1.4 percent). However, this was mainly due to the fact that exports declined significantly.

Further wave of pandemic delays recovery of the global economy

Against the backdrop of the omicron wave and continuing problems with international supply chains, the global economy lost further momentum at the beginning of the year.

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