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Izabella Kaminska joined FT Alphaville in October 2008. Before that she worked as a producer at CNBC, a natural gas reporter at Platts and an associate editor of BP's internal magazine.
Here’s a refreshingly different view on China, courtesy of Karen Ward, senior global economist at HSBC.
Her key point: it’s not that China is necessarily over-investing (as is frequently argued) but that the rest of EM may be under investing. Read more
1.Some Fed thoughts: QE4 and all that
2.Guest post: Trying to throw our arms around the (sick) Chinese economy
3.Will Treasury yields soar if China sells?
4.The peer-to-peer scaling, matching and pricing fallacy
6.Slater & Gordon: complicated, indebted and yet to be audited
7.Equities soar. Have some Albert
8.China's ongoing FX trilemma and its possible consequences
9.Myths and facts about "risk parity"
10.Imagineering markets in our quantum computing future
1.Will Treasury yields soar if China sells?
2.The peer-to-peer scaling, matching and pricing fallacy
3.Some Fed thoughts: QE4 and all that
4.Slater & Gordon: complicated, indebted and yet to be audited
5.Myths and facts about “risk parity”
6.Equities soar. Have some Albert
7.Imagineering markets in our quantum computing future
8.Guest post: Trying to throw our arms around the (sick) Chinese economy
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