Greg Ip

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US Economics Editor for The Economist magazine and author of The Little Book of Economics: How the Economy Works in the Real World; former economics reporter for the Wall Street Journal

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When it comes to the troubled economies of the Euro Zone, "contagion" is what economists, bankers, traders and political leaders fear most.

Is Italy's Economy Too Big to Fail, but Too Big to Bail Out?

When it comes to the troubled economies of the Euro Zone, "contagion" is what economists, bankers, traders and political leaders fear most.

from Which Way, L.A.?

When it comes to the troubled economies of the Eurozone, "contagion" is what economists, bankers, traders and political leaders fear most.

Greece Has Been Scary Enough, Now There's Italy

When it comes to the troubled economies of the Eurozone, "contagion" is what economists, bankers, traders and political leaders fear most.

from To the Point

This week in South Korea, the  G-20  countries labored until early this morning to bring forth an agreement that left nobody satisfied.

Unified Global Strategy for Economic Recovery? Maybe Next Year

This week in South Korea, the G-20 countries labored until early this morning to bring forth an agreement that left nobody satisfied.

from To the Point

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