As desperation increases, more extreme policy measures can also be expected
Das Capital: Chinese households may increase already high savings rates, slowing growth
The Greek Referendum was always going to be a Rorschach inkblot test, with everybody projecting their own perceptions onto the result.
Increased suppression casts doubt on the efforts of the Chinese Government to deal with corruption in a transparent and accountable manner, reports Satyajit Das
Das Capital: A Grexit without contagion? It's like Dr Strangelove's belief in survivable nuclear war
Das Capital: In reality, the policy was unsustainable in the light of rising currency inflows
Das Capital: Donors are free to channel funds to their chosen causes, some noble, some hubristic and some just plain odd
Das Capital: The strategy relies on the wealth effect which central bankers hope will lead to higher consumption
America risks financial retaliation. Other countries may launch their own QE
Das Capital: It is unlikely the policies will result in an immediate return to the required levels of growth
Das Capital: Narendra Modi could join an illustrious line of political leaders who do not live up to their promise
DAS CAPITAL: In April 2013, the Rana Plaza, an eight-storey complex of clothing factories near Dhaka, Bangladesh, collapsed, killing more than 1,100. With its garments intended for export, the Rana Plaza incident quickly became “framed” from a Western perspective.