Category Archives: Global Economy

From the Desk of Robert Dye

The global stock market sell-off that washed over into U.S. markets today reflects multiple sources of uncertainty. The health of the Chinese economy is of obvious concern. The world’s second largest economy appears to be closer to stalling than the … Continue reading

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From the Desk of Robert Dye

Greece, China, Oil and the Fed, One Week Later We used the headline Greece, China, Oil and the Fed last week in our U.S. Economic Update for July.  Now, a week later, the headline remains timely, but conditions are changing. … Continue reading

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From the Desk of Robert Dye

More Thoughts About Greece When I last wrote about Greece, at the end of May, I said that the probability of Greece exiting the European Union soon was about 25 percent. The failure of recent negotiations between the Greek government … Continue reading

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Thoughts About Greece as the June 5 Payment Deadline Approaches According to today’s Financial Times, Greece owes a 300 million euro payment to the International Monetary Fund on June 5. There is widespread concern in global financial markets about Greece’s … Continue reading

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