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Oct. 3 (Bloomberg) - Lena Komileva, managing director and chief economist at G+ Economics, talks with Guy Johnson about the U.S. Non-Farm Payrolls report as economists forecast the addition of 215,000 for the month of September and examines the overall strength of the U.S. economy. She speaks on “The Pulse.”
Lena Komileva, chief economist at G+ Economics, talks about the Greek debt crisis and the country's future in the euro zone. She speaks with Maryam Nemazee on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse." (Source: Bloomberg)
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Bloomberg: U.S.-China Economic Role Reversal Roils Emerging Markets (16/12/14)
Bloomberg: Greek Bonds Extend Worst Week Since Euro Crisis (12/12/14)
Reuters: Tepid interest in its cheap loans edges ECB towards printing money (11/12/14)
Barrons: Greece: Bond Opportunity Or Euro Default Risk?(09/12/14)
Reuters: Draghi – ECB to assess need for more action early next year (04/12/14)
Finantial Times: Stocks jump after China cuts rates (21/11/14)
The Washington Post / Bloomberg: Draghi Ramps Up ECB Stimulus Pledge as Inflation Outlook Weakens (21/11/14)
Reuters: Spotlight falls on Europe's stuttering economy (17/11/14)
The Telegraph: Eurozone dodges triple-dip recession but submerges in 'lost decade'(14/11/14)
Reuters: Carney leads analysts to water, but can’t make all of them think (12/11/14)
Reuters: Europe braces for some dismal figures (09/11/14)
FT: Wall Street slips off highs after US jobs report (07/11/14)
The Telegraph: Mario Draghi's efforts to save EMU have hit the Berlin Wall (06/11/14)
The Wall Street Journal: ECB Needs More Voices, Greater Transparency to Save Euro (06/11/14)
Reuters: Euro zone bond yields tick up as ECB doubts set in (05/11/14)
FT: Resurgent dollar set for sustained rally (03/11/14)
FT: S&P 500 ends at record after BoJ boost (31/10/14)
Barrons: Market Hears Earlier Rate Hike in What Fed Doesn’t Say (30/10/14)
FT: Dollar gains on Fed rate rise bets (30/10/14)
MarketWatch: Economist reactions to Fed statement: Signs of hawkishness (29/10/14)
Die Welt: Finanzmärkten droht der große Kater nach der Party (29/10/14)
FT: Wall Street falters after strong start (22/10/14)
FT: S&P 500 regains 1,900 but nerves remain (20/10/14)
Bloomberg: Euro Economy’s Managers Aren’t Blinking in Market Rout (17/10/14)
FT: Bulls frustrated as S&P 500 pares gain (14/10/14)
FT: Wall St slips as US jobs boost wanes (07/10/14)
FT: Dollar and stocks jump after US jobs data (03/10/14)
Bloomberg: ECB Drops Anchor as Deflation Looms (03/10/14) - Lena Komileva of G+ Economics was the first economist in the market to highlight that the ECB has dropped its historic reference to "anchored" inflation expectations.
Reuters: Faltering demand weighs on euro zone business growth in September (03/10/14)
Bloomberg TV: Lena Komileva, managing director and chief economist at G+ Economics, talks with Guy Johnson about U.S. labor markets, growth, the Fed, the Eurozone, ECB, EUR/USD and the global risk environment. She speaks on “The Pulse.” (03/10/14)
FT: Scotland’s No vote: analysts react (19/09/14)
Business Standard: Post-referendum, cost of keeping Scotland in the UK likely to rise (19/09/14)
Reuters News: As growth stalls, G20 seeks closure on regulations (18/09/14)
MarketWatch: Fed says it will be ‘considerable time’ before rates are lifted (17/09/14)
FT: Dollar gains ground after Fed statement (17/09/14)
Bloomberg: Euro-Area Inflation Stays at Five-Year Low Amid Stimulus (17/09/14)
FT: China industrial output data hit markets (15/09/14)
Bloomberg: Hollande Saviour Is ECB as Ex-Partner Adds to Woes: Euro Credit (15/09/14)
International Business Times: Scottish Independence: As Banks Make Dire Warnings, Economists Wait For Details (12/09/14)
Reuters News: Why the world should care about Scottish independence (09/09/14)
FT: Scottish banks lead FTSE lower (08/09/14)
FT: Pound slips on Scottish independence jitters (08/09/14)
Bloomberg: Why Markets Are Voting 'No' to Scottish Independence (08/09/14)
WSJ: Investors fear an independent Scotland, Pound slips (08/09/14)
FT: Euro pummelled after ECB cuts rates (04/09/14)
Reuters: GLOBAL ECONOMY-Factory activity in Europe, Asia cools; demand lull a concern (01/09/14)
FT: Dollar jumps on hawkish Fed bets (20/08/14)
Fortune: Eurozone 2Q GDP flat as German growth engine stalls (15/08/14)
New York Times: Risk of recession looms in anemic Eurozone (15/08/14)