International Finance

Tag : macroeconomic policy


Calibrating 2014

BY OTAVIANO CANUTO. 8th January 2014 The global economy looks poised to display better growth performance in 2014. Leading indicators are pointing upward – or at least to stability – in major growth poles. However, for this to translate into reality policymakers will need to be nimble enough to calibrate responses to idiosyncratic challenges. Consider...

Implications of Quantitative Easing by Fed to Emerging Markets

Quantitative Easing an unheard phrase five years ago is one of the newest discoveries in macroeconomic policy. 2nd September 2013 Quantitative Easing is a form of open market operations that Federal Reserve uses to achieve its policy targets, literally speaking it is printing of money by the central banks, but rather than printing money Central...