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Fugazzi, esce a settembre il libro ‘ABC ITALIA’

  E’ prevista per settembre la pubblicazione di ABC ITALIA, il nuovo libro del fondatore di ABC ECONOMICS, Stefano Fugazzi. “L’obiettivo di questo breve ma intenso saggio – spiega Stefano Fugazzi – è quello di gettare una pietra nello stagno dell’inerzia e dell’immobilismo istituzionale, illustrando alcune delle più significative azioni di politica economica che la classe dirigente potrebbe … Continue reading

Sovereign debt reaction to the announcement of non-conventional monetary policies

Sovereign debt reaction to the announcement of non-conventional monetary policies  Prepared by Stefano Fugazzi abc.economics@yahoo.com ABC Economics founder and associate member of NUJ March 2016  The views expressed in this Working Paper are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent those of ABC Economics. Working Papers describe research in progress by the author(s) … Continue reading

UK property market: mortgage regulation and BTL stamp duty biting back

London property market: buy-to-let stamp duty biting back Extract from The World of ABC Economics, February 2016 issue MANUEL MAZZONI CERANELLI reports. New research by NatWest has found that there are concerns amongst mortgage brokers about the potential for continued growth in the Buy-to-Let (BTL) mortgage market during 2016. Changes to regulations, which originally were … Continue reading

ABC Economics compie due anni. Euro e non euro. Veritas in medio stat

A.B.C. Economics (Abbiamo Bisogno di Crescita) spegne la sua seconda candelina. Il think tank è stato fondato da Stefano Fugazzi ai primi di ottobre del 2013 allo scopo di raccogliere il materiale redatto dall’autore unitamente ad analisi e ricerche riprese da fonti esterne. Quando nell’ottobre 2013 fondai il portale ABC Economics partii con un solo … Continue reading

OECD calls for healthcare reform in advanced economies as costs become unsustainable

Source: OECD website / Healthcare costs are rising so fast in advanced economies that they will become unaffordable by mid-century without reforms, according to a new OECD report. Fiscal Sustainability of Health Systems: Bridging Health and Finance Perspectives finds that going over budget on health spending remains endemic in most OECD countries. Maintaining today’s healthcare, … Continue reading

Greek debt remains unsustainable: Here is why

Jasper Lukkezen, an assistant professor in macroeconomics at Utrecht University, explains why Greek debt is “unsustainable”. He argues that, without further debt relief, Greece’s debt ratio is likely to increase in the short term. Source: VOXEU After 2018, Greece has to access the market. The current package for Greece, the third in a row, will cover Greece’s … Continue reading

Oil prices, inflation expectations, and monetary policy

An article originally appeared on VOXEU / The 2014 decline in oil prices lowered short-run inflation. Before the Global Crisis, the medium-term correlation between oil prices and inflation was weak, but it has become much stronger since the onset of the Crisis. This column suggests that following the onset of the Crisis, inflation expectations reacted … Continue reading

Quanto varrebbe realmente l’euro-lira? (di S. Fugazzi)

A cura di Stefano Fugazzi (fondatore di ABC Economics) – Il sottoscritto è dell’avviso che ogni tipo di analisi o ricerca abbia, se non sempre un valore, per lo meno un merito. Il merito, a prescindere dal rigore della metodologia e dalla validità delle conclusioni tratte dagli autori delle suddette analisi, sta nell’implicitamente suggerire al … Continue reading

Sovereign debt repayments. What happens if…

Greece is the first developed country to default on the IMF. But it continues to service its debt owed to private bondholders. How does this compare to historical experience? This column presents new evidence on seniority in sovereign debt markets. Despite the lack of a sovereign insolvency procedure, there is a clear-cut pecking order of … Continue reading

The impact of monetary easing on government bonds and equity markets

Stefano Fugazzi (ABC Economics) – The following chart exhibits the changes in the 10-year government bond yields in the United Kingdom, United States and within the Eurozone (mean value across the single currency members). The reader will observe that there have been some marked fluctuations in yields in recent months, particularly in the euro area. This … Continue reading

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