Markus Demary

How high will inflation rise and how long will it last?

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After a longer period of low inflation – way below most central banks’ targets – prices have started to rise again. Based on his research with colleagues Anna-Lena Herforth and Jonas Zdrzalek, Markus Demary looks at the drivers of the higher inflationary environment and draws conclusions about how persistent it will be.

What looked like a combination of many one-off effects in […]

The US should not roll back financial regulation

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The Dodd-Frank Act is not perfect, but it’s a framework that can mitigate systemic risks, writes Markus Demary.

In the United States, the House of Representatives has passed the Financial CHOICE Act (Creating Hope and Opportunity for Investors, Consumers and Entrepreneurs Act). This bill is intended to replace the financial market regulation of the Obama era, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street […]

September 10th, 2017|Economy, Markus Demary|0 Comments|
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    Will the review of the Dodd-Frank Act start a regulatory competition with the EU?

Will the review of the Dodd-Frank Act start a regulatory competition with the EU?

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A race to the bottom in regulation would weaken the global financial system and make crises more likely, writes Markus Demary.

The US-President has signed an executive order which directs the US Treasury department to revise financial regulation, especially the Dodd-Frank Act. But starting a regulatory competition with the EU will endanger global financial stability.

 The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and […]

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