Uwe Lohmann

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Emerging economies struggled to grow through the 2010s and pessimism shrouds them now. People wonder how they will pay debts rung up during the pandemic of Covid-19 and how they…

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Because of the 4th Industrial Revolution an ageing society will not stop China’s rise:   “China will grow old, before it grows rich” is one of those things people like…

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Bitcoin’s price is bouncing around 50,000 US-Dollar giving it an aggregate value of about 1 trillion US-Dollar. The digital currency is increasingly part of the modern financial landscape. The venerable…

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Many competing motives are at work when the EU ramps up its determination to assert control over US Internet giants. One is anger that they abuse their market dominance. Another…

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The clamour is growing to ramp up sanctions against Russia, which stands accused of deploying hackers, assassins and other provocateurs abroad, and of repressing dissent at home. But it is…

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When oil prices sank to zero last May, few investors thought of inflation. But those who study data on monetary conditions knew that the unprecedented build-up in liquidity would see…

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The COVID-19 pandemic is still accelerating in many countries and uncertainty is unusually high. Decisive government actions are necessary to ensure swift and extensive vaccine roll-outs, protect the most vulnerable…

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If you have spent any time following financial news on social media over the last weeks, you will have been told fabulous stories ordinary people have had with the establishment…

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Big government is finally taking on Big Tech. In the most momentous antitrust lawsuit in a generation, The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) accused Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook of unfair competition…

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Investors in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have enjoyed a phenomenal run but they are now worried that Janet Yellen’s arrival as US Treasury secretary may herald a new era of…

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