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World economy: a perfect storm in August?

The summer storm may not even come to form. But the ingredients are all present in the soup. The first ingredient appears on the other side of the world, Asia, and has to do, strangely, with… the price of pork in China.
@2011, Jorge Nascimento Rodrigues

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Depois do pedido de resgate por parte de Portugal: entrevistas rápidas sobre causas e consequências

Diferentes ângulos sobre o pedido de resgate financeiro de Portugal para evitar a bancarrota. Entrevistas lá fora e cá dentro, ainda com o acontecimento a quente.

Rating Agencies: diversification or changing the rules and the business model?

A virtual round table about the rating agencies was edited by, listening in separate interviews to William White, former Head of the Monetary and Economic Department from May 1995 to June 2008 of the Bank for International Settlements and based in Basel, Bertrand Candelon, professor at Maastricht University School of Business and Economics, located in Netherlands, Franck Biancheri, leader of the Newropeans and research coordinator of the french forecasting consulting company LEAP in Paris, and Peter Cohan, professor at Babson College, blogger and analyst based in Boston.

“A Europa deve fazer uma cimeira com os BRIC” (Franck Biancheri, LEAP)

“A Europa deve fazer uma cimeira com os BRIC” (Franck Biancheri, LEAP)

O especialista francês em tendências geopolíticas e geoeconómicas propõe a realização antes de 2015 de uma cimeira entre a União Europeia e os BRIC (Brasil, Rússia, Índia e China), dando expressão a uma nova realidade que batizou de BRICE. Franck Biancheri acha que a União Europeia é uma “potência nova” com uma moeda nova e um projeto novo, e não um incumbente obsoleto. Os Estados Unidos estão em “declínio irreversível”, pelo que a Europa tem de procurar novas alianças.

The first ever truly global crisis – an interview with Franck Biancheri from the Newropeans

This crisis is definitely the terminal moment of the Bretton Woods system, 1944 version at the end of the World War and 1971-76 version after the Nixon shock. Also it’s the bridge for a change in the great power system. In this sense it’s a systemic crisis – not of capitalism as a system, but of the geopolitical, economic and financial system design from the 1940s. It’s completely different from the 1930s, refers Franck Biancheri, the leader of Newropeans. This is the first truly global crisis – a crisis of a world finally truly globalized in finance and economy.