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Stephen S. Roach
By Stephen S. Roach - Dec 23,2019
NEW HAVEN – Predicting the next crisis — financial or economic — is a fool’s game. Yes, every crisis has its hero who correctly warned of what was about to come. And, by definition, the hero was ignored (hence the crisis).
By Stephen S. Roach - May 06,2019
NEW HAVEN — In a rare moment of bipartisan agreement, America’s Republicans and Democrats are now on the same page on one key issue: Blaming China for all that ails the United States.
By Stephen S. Roach - Mar 05,2019
NEW HAVEN — US President Donald Trump’s administration has underestimated China’s resilience and strategic resolve. With the Chinese economy slowing, the US believes that China is hurting and desperate for an end to the trade war.
By Stephen S. Roach - Dec 24,2018
NEW HAVEN — I have not been a fan of the policies of the US Federal Reserve (Fed) for many years.
By Stephen S. Roach - Nov 25,2018
NEW HAVEN — With charges flying back and forth between the United States and China ahead of the eagerly awaited December 1 meeting between President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping at the upcoming G-20 meeting in Buenos Aires, resolving the conflict has taken on great urgen
By Stephen S. Roach - Sep 25,2018
NEW HAVEN — Codependency never ends well in personal relationships.
By Stephen S. Roach - Sep 18,2018
NEW HAVEN — In an increasingly interconnected global economy, cross-border trade and financial-capital linkages have come to matter more than ever.
By Stephen S. Roach - Aug 06,2018
NEW HAVEN — November 2018 will mark the tenth anniversary of quantitative easing (QE), undoubtedly the boldest policy experiment in the modern history of central banking.
By Stephen S. Roach - Jun 26,2018
NEW HAVEN — With each passing day, it becomes increasingly evident that US President Donald Trump’s administration cares less about economics and more about the aggressive exercise of political power.
By Stephen S. Roach - May 24,2018
NEW HAVEN — The good news is that the United States and China appear to have backed away from the precipice of a trade war. While vague in detail, a May 19 agreement defuses tension and commits to further negotiation.

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