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Central Banks will continue to be more accommodative: Citi's Peterson
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Dana Peterson, a global economist at Citi, discusses central banks moving to a more accommodating stance due to fallout from trade.
The wealth detective
The rich know how to keep their money secret. Economist Gabriel Zucman knows how to find it.
Where the wealthy hide their money
The rich know how to keep their money secret. Economist Gabriel Zucman knows how to find it. Bloomberg Businessweek's Ben Steverman has more on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
Hunter: U.S. economy is in a sweet spot
Constance Hunter, KPMG chief economist, and Mark Howard, BNP Paribas senior multi-asset specialist, discuss the latest report on U.S. consumer prices.
U.S. inflation isn’t going anywhere, says StanChart’s Meskin
Sonia Meskin, U.S. economist at Standard Chartered, discusses U.S. inflation and where she sees the markets heading following the Fed’s policy decision.
South Africa struggling to rein in deficit
Goolam Ballim, chief economist at Standard Bank, discusses South Africa’s budget woes and the country’s credit rating.
Modi's Governmenti gets $4 Billion cash from India's Central Bank
Radhika Rao, economist at DBS Bank, talks about the decision of India’s central bank to approve an early transfer of a part of its profit to the government.
Will China's economy push a U.S. trade deal?
Jay Bryson, global economist at Wells Fargo Securities, and Paul Richards, president at Medley Global Advisors, discuss trade talks between China and the United States and the state of China's economy.
UniCredit says May's Brexit deal will eventually pass, with tweaks
Erik Nielsen, chief economist at UniCredit Group, discusses the likely scenarios if U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May loses a parliamentary vote on her Brexit agreement, scheduled for tomorrow.
Brexit needs an extension, but no one knows how, economist ryding says
John Ryding, chief economist and founding partner at RDQ Economics, discusses the reasons why Brexit needs to be delayed.
Economist Choyleva warns of the start of a digital cold war
Diana Choyleva, chief economist at Enodo Economics, discusses deglobalization and the fallout of U.S.-China trade issues.
'I'm not overly worried about liquidity,' says manulife's Greene
Megan Greene, chief economist at Manulife Asset Management, discusses market volatility and liquidity.