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The UK will release more position papers on Brexit, and ECB President Mario Draghi is set to hold a speech in Jackson Hole.
The European Central Bank has become more flexible over the past few years.
A research team argues It's not central banks, but rather global demographics, that will dictate interest rates.
Mario Draghi's Jackson Hole speech is likely to be as dovish as usual. Here's why.
China has several efficient ways to deal with its debt problem.
A bubble in corporate bond prices and equities has heightened financial instability.
House prices are weakening, which will make rate hikes by the Bank of England almost impossible.
The U.S. and U.K. are at the top of the list, according to new research.
The global engine of trade growth is sputtering.
Highlights include German industrial production and U.K. house prices.


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