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The new job retention scheme unveiled by @RishiSunak ticks several boxes but a big outstanding issue is how to retrain people whose jobs may disappear forever. Lifelong learning isn't optional amidst so much structural change. My piece for @breakingviews: https://t.co/Ef0DwtTS2b
The new U.S. president will need a team of experienced aides providing sound advice to help him nurse the economy back to health, writes @GinaChon. Read the view and build your own line-up with the new Economic Dream Team Machine from @Breakingviews: https://t.co/FlFo5YHv55 https://t.co/IlAC8dMA2j
A big shift for the Fed and for global central banking. https://t.co/qlbcwUlsZs
Germany’s powerful IG Metall trade union, which represents 2.7 million metal and electrical workers, is considering demanding a reduction in working hours, but without a proportional pay cut. Its wish may come partly true, writes @swahapattanaik: https://t.co/bbEgfcLqm4 https://t.co/eOFUURaNWS
Listen: Economist and professor Stephanie Kelton joins @swahapattanaik to discuss Modern Monetary Theory, government finances and central bank independence on the latest Exchange podcast. https://t.co/1VPbQDRrSW
From @Breakingiews: It seems to take a lot of money to generate even a little bit of inflation. Around $20 trillion worth of global stimulus measures have been unveiled so far this year – but investors are not exactly quaking, writes @swahapattanaik https://t.co/ik7ekFKMql
The UK’s Rishi Sunak unveiled new stimulus worth up to 30 billion pounds. A tax cut for homebuyers and restaurant subsidies might help, but his best ideas encourage employers to retain workers and hire young people, writes @swahapattanaik: https://t.co/OVwwXVVbNs https://t.co/OO1ZXvXJoV
From @Breakingviews: Bank of Japan boss Kuroda has kept yields on 10-year debt near zero but let those on longer-dated ones rise. Dwindling returns on overseas bonds could reduce local demand for foreign currency, sparking a yen rally https://t.co/9QpXzH5biW by @SwahaPattanaik https://t.co/dXqrnOZaQs
Fed Chair Jay Powell and his fellow rate-setters were briefed in June about policies to cap or target long-term interest rates. @swahapattanaik explains why yield-curve control policies aren’t appropriate right now: https://t.co/XkvduzccR4 https://t.co/o5CkgQSdE2
Listen: Bank for International Settlements chief Agustin Carstens joins @swahapattanaik to discuss how to unwind massive monetary stimulus, risks in the financial system, and regulation in the latest edition of The Exchange podcast https://t.co/qJ33U6YWH6
IMF Managing Director @KGeorgieva will join @Reuter’s @swahapattanaik and @rob1cox for a live conversation on how the #COVID19 pandemic has affected the global economic outlook, and what the IMF’s role is in this crisis. Watch LIVE tomorrow at 9:00am ET https://t.co/lD7rmYHSb5
Join @swahapattanaik and @rob1cox on Friday for a live discussion with the International Monetary Fund’s Managing Director @KGeorgieva on how the pandemic is reshaping expectations for global economic growth, debt relief and social unrest https://t.co/FGnUpAnZ7H #ReutersLive