The Great Debate

from Reuters Editors:

And the band played on: covering the economic crisis

December 11, 2008

dean-150I recently visited one of the most frightening sites on the Web—the place where I look at my shrinking retirement account.

EU prosperity at stake in crisis disunity

By Paul Taylor
December 3, 2008

Paul Taylor Great Debate– Paul Taylor is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own –

Credit cards unkindest cut for U.S. consumers

By J Saft
December 3, 2008

James Saft Great Debate — James Saft is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own –

Uncertainty paralyzes U.S. banking system

November 28, 2008

John Kemp Great Debate– John Kemp is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own –

Light at the end of the tunnel

November 28, 2008

John Kemp Great Debate– John Kemp is a Reuters columnist.  The opinions expressed are his own –

The world’s expanding top table

By Paul Taylor
November 11, 2008

– Paul Taylor is a Reuters columnist, the views expressed are his own –

Ten commandments for the first 30 days in office

November 6, 2008

juan-enriquezJuan Enriquez is managing director of Excel Medical Ventures and the author of “As The Future Catches You.” Any opinions expressed are his own.

TARP, bonuses, dividends and Waxman’s letter

October 30, 2008

John Kemp –John Kemp is a Reuters columnist. The views expressed are his own–

By John Kemp

LONDON (Reuters) – The bitter political divisions between middle America and Wall Street on display when the House of Representatives first rejected the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act last month look set to be re-opened in even more dramatic form in the remaining months of the year.

Tidings of a bear market rally

By J Saft
October 29, 2008

James Saft — James Saft is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own –

The Fed as lender of first and only resort

October 28, 2008

John KempJohn Kemp is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

LONDON (Reuters) – The Federal Reserve has unveiled a dizzying array of new lending and liquidity support facilities over the last six weeks, but the diminishing law of marginal returns already looks to have set in. Each new lending and liquidity facility announced by the Fed is providing a smaller boost to confidence than the last.