Financial markets are flashing a range of danger signals about the path Washington and the Fed are on now. They reflect the weakened ability of the Fed to fight inflation, as the present confrontational talks about the federal government’s budget add to compounding mistaken policies since 2008. The 10-Year Treasury is at 3.4% where it […]
Author Archives: Reuven Brenner
Reuven Brenner is a governor at IEDM (Institut Économique de Montréal). He is professor emeritus at McGill University. He was the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship, was awarded the Canada Council's prestigious Killam Fellowship Award in 1991, and is a member of the Royal Society.
A way out of exchange-rate chaos
The Fed in a floating world
Geriatric history rhyming
The predictable Vladimir Putin
How the US R&D model was weakened