G+ Economics is one of the market’s leading professional market economics consultancies operating in economic trend forecasting, policy-specific and financial macro risk analysis specialising in G7 market economics and G20 systemic risk and thematic trends research. Specialised in global macro, market and analysis, G+ Market Economics is a sole trademark of G+ Economics.
G+ Economics is headed by Lena Komileva, an accomplished widely recognised City-based international economist with 15 years of experience as global G10 head of research at one of the two largest inter-dealer brokers in the world, the oldest US private bank and a 137yr-old German investment bank.
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Is it time to ease the world economy off zero rates? Lena Komileva, chief economist at G+ Economics, argues to John Authers, the FT's Chief Investment Correspondent, that productivity, employment and inflation remain low, while leverage has rebounded, so central bankers should be very careful.
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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MarketWatch: Get ready for 48 hours of economic fury (28/07/14)
Bloomberg: Treasuries Fall Before Fed Policy Makers Meet, Bond Sales (28/07/14)
Reuters: Spanish yields hit record low before bumper debt repayments (25/07/14)
FT: Equities shrug off geopolitical tensions (22/07/14)
FT: Global stocks stabilise after tough week (11/07/14)
Reuters: U.S. hiring may be rebounding, but wage growth is not (07/07/14)
Bloomberg: Draghi Gives Hollande’s Faltering Economy a Leg Up: Euro Credit (26/06/14)
Bloomberg: U.K. Stocks Decline After World Bank Cuts Growth Forecast (11/06/13)
FT: US stocks resume upward path (13/06/14)
Reuters: Euro needs the Fed, or QE, for the next leg down (09/06/14)
FT: S&P 500 at fresh peak after US jobs data (06/06/14)
Bloomberg: Draghi Is Bonds’ Best Friend as Yields Fall to Records (06/06/14)
FT: S&P 500 closes at another record high (31/05/2014)
FT: US stocks hold gains after Fed minutes (21/05/2014)
Reuters: Bank of England officials closer to voting for rate rise, minutes show (21/05/2014)
Bloomberg: What Lurks Beneath? Market Calm Unnerves Global Central Bankers (21/05/2014)
Reuters: Prepare for a razor-thin rate cut from the ECB in June. But what will it achieve? (09/05/2014)
Reuters: Spare cash in euro zone falls below 100 billion euro threshold (24/04/2014)
Reuters: Greek bond yields rise as market comeback euphoria fades (11/04/2014)
FT: Euro undermined by dovish Draghi (03/04/2014)
The Independent: ECB keeps key interest rate at historical low of 0.25% (03/04/2014)
Reuters: ECB set to hold course in face of deflation fears (02/04/2014)
FT: Wall Street advances to record high (01/04/2014)
Reuters: April ECB rate cut; lukewarm praise for bank reform-Reuters Poll (27/03/14)
FT Video - The Auther's Note: Is the world really ready for higher rates? (26/03/14)
Bloomberg: Komileva Says Europe Remains 'Below Escape Velocity' - Audio (24/03/14)
FT: Budget 2014: Pensions shake-up hits insurance stocks (19/03/14)
FT: Equities slide as risk appetite crumbles (03/03/14)
Reuters: Calls grow louder for ECB to print money (27/02/14)
WSJ: For ECB Does Whatever It Takes = Whatever It Wants? (10/01/14)
WSJ: How the U.S. won the global rebalancing game (08/01/14)
Reuters: EU deal to close failed banks won't break 'doom loop' (03/01/14)
Reuters: BoE may lower jobless rate guidance, but not this month (03/01/14)
Reuters: World shares enjoy vintage year‚ seen gaining more in 2014 (30/12/13)
WSJ: Bank Borrowing From ECB Jumps (30/12/13)
Reuters: Fed's taper puts policy on a clear course - economists (20/12/13)
BBC Radio 4 "Today": EU leaders meeting in Brussels have given their backing to a common set of rules for managing the closure of failing Eurozone banks. Lena Komileva, chief economist at G+ Market Economics, examines. Simon Jack interviews (20/12/13)