Reading List: Who can fix the US economy (video edition)

6th January 2012


Review of the year in economics

2011 was supposed to be the year of normalisation, stabilisation and recovery but didn't quite work out that way. Larry Elliott talks us through the biggest economic stories of the year, from the eurozone crisis to interest rates in this country. The Guardian


CEBR predictions for UK in 2012

The Centre for Economic Business Research gives it's predictions for 2012. Predictions include a break-up of the Euro, growth in the U.S. economy and bad news for UK households.Sky News


Truglia Says US Economy Is `Decoupling' From Europe

Vincent Truglia, director of global economic research at Granite Springs Asset Management, talks about government debt in the world's leading economies, Europe's sovereign debt crisis and the impact of a possible euro-zone recession on the U.S. economy. Bloomberg Television


Inside Story US 2012: Who can fix the US economy

With high unemployment and widening inequality in the US, the 2012 presidential hopefuls battle over financial strategy. Inside Story US 2012 discusses with Tim Dickinson, Rick Perlstein and Mark Calabria. Al jazeera


China walks policy tightrope in 2012

The Latest PMI numbers confirm China's factories are suffering the effects of faltering European demand, but easing fiscal policy should help the nation dodge a sharp slowdown in 2012. Tessa Dunlop reports. Reuters


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