Ferdinando Giugliano

Ferdinando Giugliano

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The Bank of England’s Nuclear Option for a No-Deal Brexit

For a staunch supporter of central bank “forward guidance,” Mark Carney changes his mind a tad too o

Central Bankers Shouldn’t Have to Rescue Democracy

The history of the financial crisis tells a disturbing tale for those who hold dear prosperity and d

Italy: Where Would Salvini’s Strategy Lead him?

If an alien landed in Rome today, he would think Matteo Salvini was running Italy.

The Logical Next Step for Europe's Integration

For the past year, euro-zone leaders have vowed to take steps to complete Europe's monetary union.

Italy Takes a Step Back From Europe

There are two ways to look at Sunday’s Italian general election results.

Europe Isn't Quite as United As It Claims

The choreography could not have been better last week.

Davos Warms to Trumponomics

Have criticisms of Donald Trump’s economic policy gone too far?

Europe Needs a Way to Prevent the Next Greek-Style Debt Crisis

If there was ever a textbook example of how not to handle a sovereign debt crisis, it was Greece.

Italy's Five Star Movement on the Path of Brexit

Italy's Five Star Movement, which is on track to win the most votes in next year's election, likes t

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