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By Olivier Garnier | Chef économiste du Groupe | 14/02/12
How the landscape will affect the stock market, interest rates and inflation? What is the solidity of the European banking system? Olivier Garnier, Chief Economist at Societe Generale shares his analysis.
By Olivier Garnier | Chief economist for the Group | 17/01/12
Standard & Poor's downgraded nine European countries. What is behind this decision and what are the consequences of this rating cut for France? Olivier Garnier, Chief economist for the Group explains the situation. Listen to the interview.
By Aneta Markowska | Societe Generale’s US Chief Economist | 09/01/12
A nasty battle in Congress. The 2012 US budget explained by Societe Generale’s US Chief Economist Aneta Markowska. Listen to the interview.
By Clémentine Gallès | Head of Macro Financial Analysis, Group Risk Division | 02/12/11
How to explain the exaggerated accumulation of debt by developed economies, especially between 2000 and 2009?
By Michala Marcussen | Several countries are implementing austerity programmes. Michal | 28/09/11
Several countries are implementing austerity programmes. Michala Marcussen, Global Chief Economist at Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking helps us get a better understanding of this notion in an audio interview.
By Sopanha SA | Economist, Asia | 29/08/11
The internationalisation of the RMB is already underway and the potential is good but its convertibility is still a long way off.
By Xavier Denis | Economist/Strategist with Societe Generale Private Banking | 22/06/11
The risk of inflation seems to have gained the upper hand due to extremely accommodating monetary policy.
By Joseph Trojman | Economist at Societe Generale | 22/04/11
After a first quarter which continues to be driven by deals which had been signed in late 2010, but were yet to be finalised, 2011 is expected to be a calmer year for the real estate market.
By F. B. | Journalist | 08/03/11
During a meeting in Paris on 18th and 19th February, following occasionally tense discussions, the G20 Finance Ministers reached a compromise on a list of criteria for identifying the sources of economic imbalances.
By Alexander Summerfield | Writer/Editor | 08/03/11
For the IIF, the range of important macroeconomic policy and financial regulatory challenges means that it is essential that regional and national policy approaches be strengthened and concerted by G-20 leadership.