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2011_Bulletins_Bulletin-Will Fiscal Policy Depress the US Economy in 2012- Thumb
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The US economy will be forced to endure the most severe fiscal consolidation in six decades in 2012 if Congress does not take action to avert the looming crisis.

Bulletin-The_US_Employment_Outlook.pdf- Thumb
7 pages

Ongoing weakness within housing and the public sector make the recent strong job gains unlikely to be sustained.

Bulletin-How Swiftly Will China Revalue Its Currency.pdf- Thumb
5 pages

The Chinese currency is revaluing more quickly than members of Congress realize.

Bulletin-European Policy Makers Create Global Confusion.pdf- Thumb
4 pages

The travails of Greece will eventually result in a more harmonized political union to accompany the robust monetary union in Europe.

Bulletin-As US Prospects Brighten, European Prospects Become Murkier.pdf- Thumb
9 pages

The economic prospects in the US and Europe are diverging as an important election approaches in the UK.

Bulletin-Will the Economy Boom in March.pdf- Thumb
2 pages

Following a period of unprecedented job losses, US jobs growth is set to begin being positive once again.

Bulletin-Who Will Replace Don Kohn.pdf- Thumb
4 pages

A titan at the Fed is set to step down following many decades of service.

Are Global Current Accounts Really Imbalanced.pdf- Thumb
3 pages

Concerns about the large current account deficit in the US are overblown.

Tough choices are facing policy makers in Washington as deficits gain increasing prominence.

The Deficit Challenge Looms Large.pdf- Thumb
5 pages

With the US prepared to accept its banks engaging in forbearance, President Obama will need to scale back his legislative ambitions due to the ballooning budget deficit.

Will Ben Bernanke Be the Next Treasury Secretary.pdf- Thumb
4 pages

Mr. Geithner's wobbles during his early days as Treasury Secretary are raising the possibility that Ben Bernanke could succeed him should his difficulties persist.