Niall Ferguson: Others will follow Greek debt tragedy

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The world debt overhang is threatening the world recovery, because markets will realize at some point how risky it is and the yields on bonds will increase, Niall Ferguson, professor of history at Harvard University, told CNBC in a video interview. […]






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Technical Talk: Buying power argues for contained correction

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Technical analyst Kevin Lane continues to believe that after a bit of a correction stocks can move higher as investor liquidity is still not tapped out. […]






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Obama – a worrisome approval rating

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Following President Obama’s State of the Union address (on which I posted a short piece yesterday), it makes for interesting reading to consider his approval rating against the background of the historical pattern. […]






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Rogoff: Economy to crash if it keeps debt appetite

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The world economy is likely to crash and burn if it keeps gorging on debt, Kenneth Rogoff, professor of economics at Harvard University, told CNBC in Davos on Thursday. […]






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Japan rescinds war on deflation

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“Japan is not ‘insolvent’, at least that is what the external debt metrics say. But the only real policy flexibility is held by the central bank. And the Bank of Japan, ostensibly at least, doesn’t seem to be providing adequate liquidity,” said Rebecca Wilder in this guest post. […]






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A conversation on the future of Africa

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Much of Africa managed to avoid recession in 2009, but the social costs of the crisis could increase significantly in 2010 with rising regional unemployment. How can the continent improve its regional collaboration going forward? The speakers at Davos included Jacob Zuma, President of South Africa. […]






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