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European ‘Project’ Not Irreversible, New Paper Says

There is still a modest risk that a weak economy and rising political dissatisfaction could unravel Europe’s currency union, despite gradual, halting progress toward further integration there, according to new research.
In what the authors dub the eurozone’s Catch-22, they say widespread support for the euro itself masks a lack of momentum toward further political cohesion among the 18 states that use the currency.

Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2014/09/11/european-project-not-irreversible-brookings-conference-paper/?mod=WSJBlog

Eurozone Furniture Stores May Show First Signs of Inflation Pickup

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European Central Bank policy makers, and those that follow their actions, should be paying closer attention to what’s happen

Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2014/09/11/eurozone-furniture-stores-may-show-first-signs-of-inflation-pickup/?mod=WSJBlog

Homeward Bound? Paper Finds Some Regional Bias at Fed

A pair of European Central Bank economists looked across the Atlantic to raise an interesting question for central bank officials and watchers: Are Federal Reserve district bank presidents influenced by conditions in their local economies rather than by trends in the U.S. as a whole?

Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2014/09/10/homeward-bound-ecb-paper-finds-some-regional-bias-at-fed/?mod=WSJBlog

Should Mario Draghi Spend More Time on Twitter?


Should European Central Bank President Mario Draghi spend more time checking out social media to help him gauge the state of the economy?

Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2014/09/10/should-mario-draghi-spend-more-time-on-twitter/?mod=WSJBlog
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