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[216] Stephen Kinsella and Pippa Malmgren on the dangers in Europe’s flagging economy



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Publicado el 15 oct. 2014
When it comes to cataloguing the “worry list” of global investors, Ebola is not at the top; Fed interest rates and weak global growth are still way higher on the rundown. However, as of this week, Ebola has become an “appropriate” concern for financial markets. The World Bank has warned of the potentially “catastrophic impact” Ebola could have on some African economies. Erin weighs in.

Then, Erin is joined by Stephen Kinsella – senior lecturer in economics at the Kemmy Business School at the University of Limerick and research fellow at The Geary Institute at University College Dublin – to get his take on Ireland’s recovery and the Eurozone. By all accounts Ireland seems to be doing well, but now even Germany seems at risk of falling back into recession. Stephen told us his macro view for the rest of this year and for the Eurozone as a whole.

After the break, Erin sits down with Dr. Pippa Malmgren – author of “Signals: The breakdown of the social contract and the rise of geopolitics” and president of Principalis Asset Management – to discuss Europe. The European Central Bank has said it will add $1 trillion in liquidity including asset-backed security and covered bond purchases. Pippa gives us her take on whether or not this will help Europe’s ailing economy.

And in The Big Deal, Erin and Edward Harrison to talk about what’s going on with oil. Take a look!

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