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The author of “Capital in the Twenty-First Century,” a controversial 2014 book on capitalism and the wealthy, says “Capital and Ideology” takes a broader view.
Turmoil from Mahathir’s resignation will shake up everything except the tired economy.
Banks need help cleaning up their balance sheets now, but a long-term recovery requires more urbanization.
Local governments may be getting muddled messages from Beijing, but markets are taking Xi at his word.
Just-in-time networks are very efficient but extremely fragile.
The ban on an opposition party is a Pyrrhic victory for the government as stocks sink into a bear market.
The coronavirus-induced rally in U.S. Treasuries shows no signs of slowing down.
Low turnout in the parliamentary elections are the latest sign of public anger and mistrust over the Islamic Republic’s failures.
Coronavirus poses a risk to global growth, and a reduction would be a cheap insurance policy.
This is what the world’s buyers are saying about the economic outlook around the world, be it good or bad.