Daily Archives: October 21, 2009

Krishna Guha

The beige book is a tad softer than expected, writes Krishna Guha of the Financial Times Read more

Money Supply, a Financial Times blog, wraps up the news for Wednesday, October 21 Read more

Chris Giles

Alistair Darling seems not to think much of Mervyn King’s call to split banks into their utility functions and speculative bits, writes Chris Giles of the Financial Times Read more

Money Supply, a Financial Times blog, wraps up the economic headlines for Wednesday, Oct 21 Read more

Ralph Atkins

Construction spending is helping the German economy, but annoying motorists, writes Ralph Atkins of the Financial Times Read more

Chris Giles

The Bank of England’s MPC members need to clear up their own confusion about how well QE is working, writes Chris Giles of the Financial Times  Read more