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Monday, March 06, 2006

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claus vistesen

That FT article provides a good perspective ...

I.e. "OECD at odds with the ECB"

OECD calls for loosening - ECB tightens; who is right? Or should we really just realize the conundrum of setting an overall interest rate in Eurozone with asset bubbles in the south and sluggish growth in the north?

Also I think report is too optimistic concerning USA and Japan ...

http://clausvistesen.squarespace.com/alphasources-blog/2006/3/6/economic-outlook-for-oecd-countries.html

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