The Great Debate

The end of the Davos consensus

By J Saft
January 30, 2009

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Is the executive pay bubble popping?

By J Saft
January 28, 2009

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Nationalization: Terrible but inevitable

By J Saft
January 23, 2009

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As Big Brother steps up, time for credit

By J Saft
January 21, 2009

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Pension assumptions hitting the wall

By J Saft
January 14, 2009

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Of boom, bust but maybe not the Black Death

By J Saft
January 9, 2009

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UK suffers from banks’ Darwinian hibernation

By J Saft
January 7, 2009

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We are all Madoff investors

By J Saft
January 2, 2009

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Typewriters, Technology and Trust

January 1, 2009

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from The Great Debate UK:

Britain faces recession without housing ATM

By J Saft
December 17, 2008

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

james-saft1Even in the good times, many British consumers were borrowing against their houses just to fund routine consumption, indicating a big hit to come for retail sales and for the banks who hold the loans.