The year is 2012 and it is time for you to get some Kenya in your portfolio. Kenya has one of the most rapidly-growing GDPs.
Over the weekend the World Bank sent out a tweet about Kenya’s “tipping point” – by 2020, Kenya will be a full-fledged middle-class country. Since 2001, many gains have been made [...]
Heads of the Federal Reserves of Atlanta, St. Louis and San Francisco this week have all expressed agreement on the fact that more stimulus – aka monetary accomodation - is needed for the US economy. John Williams (San Francisco), Dennis Lockhart (Atlanta) and James Bullard (St. Louis) – all voting members of the FOMC (Federal [...]
Top economic advisors and analysts are shouting a common refrain these days. And when two of their more prominent issue global economic warnings forecasts in the same morning, you want to listen. I’ve also outlined what I see as the developments in trends over the next five years, and many of them provide a broader [...]
Will Eurobonds be the solution to the European fiscal mess? There’s so much debt out there already, can more European debt really be the answer?
Nevertheless, the “Eurobond” is what Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti has proposed as a way out of the European debt situation. Perhaps a Eurobond offering would calm global markets over European [...]