Davos Notebook

Be part of Davos Today with Chrystia Freeland

January 26, 2011

Chrystia Freeland headshotReuters has added an exciting new dimension to its Davos coverage this year. As well as Insider TV’s regular Davos Today morning show (streamed live on this website every morning at 7 a.m. CET during the annual meeting), there is now also an afternoon show to be broadcast at 2:30 p.m. on 26, 27 and 28 January.

Groundhog Day in Davos

January 12, 2011

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The programme may strike a different  note — this year’s Davos is apparently all about Shared Norms for the New Reality — but much of the discussion at the 41st World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos this month will have a distinctly familiar ring to it.

Next year’s potential guest to Davos?

January 29, 2010

osamaThe World Economic Forum is all about promoting debate and finding solutions to problems the world is facing.

Davos 2010 live coverage

By Reuters Staff
January 25, 2010

from James Saft:

Stephen Roach – protectionism a threat

January 28, 2009

Stephen Roach of Morgan Stanley, who pretty much called it at last year's Davos, when consensus was for no recession in the "real" economy and decoupling of emerging markets, is gloomy again. Speaking with him this morning after he did an interview with Reuters on Davos Today, Roach said that there was a real threat of protectionism as politicians come under pressure from rising unemployment. The U.S. and China relationship will be key, he said.

from James Saft:

Could Davos mark the bottom?

January 27, 2009

It is, no doubt, going to be the most gloomy World Economic Forum in years ever. Fewer parties, lower profiles for the masters of the universe TARP.

from James Saft:

Balance of power upended at Davos

January 23, 2009

So, back we go next week to Davos for the World Economic Forum 2009, titled this year "Shaping the post-crisis world."