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Daily Financial Advice from Money Morning

Progress still looks way off for Iran

Donald Trump’s threat to ditch the Iran nuclear deal could boost the country’s hardliners. But how does Iran’s political system and economy operate? Alex Rankine reports.
The post Progress still looks way off for Iran was first published on MoneyWeek.

The eurozone crisis is back

Just a few weeks ago, the outlook for the eurozone was better than it had been at any time since 2011. But political risk had not gone away, says Matthew Lynn. The continent is as unbalanced as it has ever been.
The post The eurozone crisis is back was first published on MoneyWeek.

China’s central bank boss gives it to us straight

To the astonishment of financial market observers, who aren’t used to this sort of honesty, China’s central bank boss warned against getting overoptimistic, for fear of a “Minsky moment”.
The post China’s central bank boss gives it to us straight was first published on MoneyWeek.

Who controls the levers of power?

Book review: The Square and the TowerNiall Ferguson argues in his new book that they reveal an underlying truth about both society and the economy.
The post Who controls the levers of power? was first published on MoneyWeek.

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