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Rachana Shanbhogue

689 Followers 228 Followings 146 Tweets

Europe economics correspondent @TheEconomist; views my own

Tracked since 15/02/2020. Last updated 18/02/2020.

114 Follower for a Like

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1. 18/02/2020 689 -- 228 -- 146 -- 6 -- 381 -- 170.18 % -0.10
2. 15/02/2020 689 -- 228 -- 146 -- 6 -- 381 -- 170.28 % --

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Some European countries are ageing much faster than others. Some are much less prepared for the drastic consequences than others. That will mean more EU and € tensions. My piece for this week's @TheEconomist https://t.co/6GQ9kUXIbk
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RT @tomstandage: My article on Harry and Meghan continues a long Economist tradition of covering the royal family as though it's a troubled…
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@JoelBudd1 With thanks to @AlcidiCinzia @stescarpetta and @SHARE_MEA
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RT @JoelBudd1: Good piece by @r_shanbhogue about European demography and destiny. Southern Europe: wake up! Eastern Europe: should have sta…
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RT @alokjha: Plant-based meat - think burgers and sausages from @ImpossibleFoods + @BeyondMeat - hit the big-time in 2019. What is it? Can…
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RT @t0nyyates: I get a quote in @r_shanbhogue @economist story about the ECB wanting to help fight climate change, of course it's me saying…
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RT @TheEconomist: On “Money talks”: - @DuncanWeldon on how markets are pricing the British election - @r_shanbhogue on whether central ba…
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RT @TheEconomist: Officials in Brussels want to create a plan for banking union. But the decision is ultimately political https://t.co/8hlC…
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RT @TheEconomist: “It’s a bit like Netflix or Spotify for video games.” @TCross81 eyes the next level in cloud-based gaming in the latest “…
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@retheauditors Good luck!
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RT @EconMitch: "Udder waste: Some farmers are especially good at milking European taxpayers" Great piece by @r_shanbhogue and a pleasure t…
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RT @MFratzscher: Populism Germany style: “When saving makes you poor: zero interest rates are destroying the wealth of Germans.” Today’s c…
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RT @Isabel_Schnabel: This is - mildly said - depressing. https://t.co/ioqFYm1aEa
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RT @TheEconomist: Gaps in living standards between north and south remain wide, but cross-border flows have become more balanced https://t.…
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RT @grafana: Excited to announce that we’ve secured $24M in #SeriesA #funding! 🚀 Get the details here: https://t.co/5EJd9iCJAs @lightspeedv…
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RT @gauravgram: Grafana is a product/company I have long admired from afar when I was an operator. So it feels incredible to team up @grafa…
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RT @ecb: Draghi: On the gift [Prusssian helmet] I received in March 2012, there is an old German saying: Geschenkt ist geschenkt. I plan to…
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RT @markets: Hostility and discrimination await women daring to encroach upon the male-dominated world of economics and central banking, ac…
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RT @TheEconomist: It’s ten years this month since Greece’s financial implosion. On “The Intelligence” @r_shanbhogue looks back on a decade…
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@dlknowles As someone who did both subjects, I think you made the right choice
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@TheEconomist CC @RoyalEconSoc @arunadvaniecon @econromesh
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Economics students in British schools are disproportionately male and privately educated. My piece on why, and what economists are finally doing about it @TheEconomist https://t.co/yHUGzHag4Y
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RT @econromesh: What causes poverty? @r_shanbhogue talks to this year's #EconomicsNobel laureates in this @TheEconomist podcast https://t.c…
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RT @TheEconomist: What causes poverty? @R_Shanbhogue interviews this year’s winners of the @NobelPrize for economics—Esther Duflo and Abhij…
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One of the most exciting - and inspiring - interviews I’ve done. If you want examples of the good economics can do, look no further @EconomistRadio 👇👇👇 https://t.co/MQw0jVBwn0
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RT @NobelPrize: BREAKING NEWS: The 2019 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel has been awarded to Abhijit…
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RT @TheEconomist: The ECB’s critics tend to miss the underlying cause of low interest rates: weak demand across most of the rich world http…
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RT @TheEconomist: To revive Greece's economy, the prime minister will need to deal with paralysed banks and a crippingly tight fiscal polic…
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A fascinating glimpse into the workplace for women in the 1960s. "Nowadays, when girls leave school or college, they look for a career in which they can reach, if they have ability, the top rungs of the ladder." https://t.co/1C1uwjjxt1
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RT @TheEconomist: Greece's new government is set to announce its draft budget next week. Can it both satisfy business owners and meet the s…
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RT @tom_nuttall: Interesting interview with @Isabel_Schnabel, who compares politically stoked hostility to the ECB in Germany with pre-Brex…
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RT @SadiqKhan: What @BBCNaga described is something most people of colour in the UK have experienced - being told to go back to where we ca…
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Good discussion here of what policy can do to counter the next recession. Timely too -- the next recession doesn't seem that far off... https://t.co/LVRjBTtegE
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RT @TheEconomist: For decades Germany has been Europe’s economic engine. Now it is sputtering https://t.co/0hs0b357Bo
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My piece this week on the proposal in Germany to ban negative interest rates for ordinary depositors https://t.co/Oo0KdYkyRS
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RT @JeremyCliffe: The German media, if it reported like the lobby - Johnson: "I want to work with our European friends" German media: "THE…
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RT @ollirehn: Why a substantial policy package is more effective than mere sequencing of measures? You may consult my fresh interview in ⁦@…
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RT @annemcelvoy: Money talks: Delayed tariffication—Donald Trump holds off on China . Here’s why, from our biz-fin podcast. Host @r_shanbho…
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RT @TheEconomist: Could the US-China trade war morph into a currency war? The Economist’s John O’Sullivan speaks to @r_shanbhogue in “Money…
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RT @TheEconomist: Germany’s corporate wealth tends to be kept in the family https://t.co/cMhTIsFS4t
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My debut as a culture critic: a review of the @bankofengland anniversary exhibition at the @boemuseum https://t.co/rhVntM3Cfr
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RT @TheEconomist: “The bright spots have prevented Europe from falling into a recession. The question is how much longer they can last.” @R…
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RT @TheEconomist: The European Central Bank's boss, Mario Draghi, has promised further stimulus if the economy does not buck up https://t.c…
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RT @SoumayaKeynes: JOIN ME https://t.co/iX402BR4S6
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@mcmahonecon @TheEconomist @SoumayaKeynes @ryanavent Aww thanks!
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RT @TheEconomist: Matteo Salvini’s dislike of Brussels is a potentially deadly threat to the euro zone https://t.co/HKcelSfQyT
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RT @TheEconomist: America’s economy has expanded for 121 months in a row. @r_shanbhogue asks @PatrickFoulis how long this can last in “Mone…
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RT @TheEconomist: Matteo Salvini says he will press ahead with mini-BOTs in the absence of "a smarter way" to bring down Italy's arrears ht…
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RT @TheEconomist: What are mini-BOTs? @r_shanbhogue explains how the low-denomination, non-interest bearing treasury bills work, and why so…
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@JamesSmithRF Call me a cynic...More seriously, little indication from the article that he's changed his view. He accepts the legality of OMTs and thinks they should be upheld as "current policy". But then says his earlier objection "was not legally based" anyway.
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