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Rachana Shanbhogue

Rachana Shanbhogue

@r_shanbhogue

Tweets111
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Following201
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Economics correspondent @TheEconomist; views my own

Joined on June 2016

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As the euro turns 20, how prepared is it for the next downturn? My long read in this week's @TheEconomist https://www.economist.com/briefing/2019/01/05/the-euro-enters-its-third-decade-in-need-of-reform 

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Jeremy Cliffe
1 day ago

The German media, if it reported like the lobby -

Johnson: "I want to work with our European friends"
German media: "THEY'RE JOINING THE EURO LADS"

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Olli Rehn
1 week ago

Why a substantial policy package is more effective than mere sequencing of measures? You may consult my fresh interview in ⁦@WSJ
”ECB Has Big Bazooka Primed for September, Says Top Official”. ⁦@SuomenPankki⁩ ⁦@ecbhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/ecb-stimulus-package-may-beat-expectations-official-says-11565876685 

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anne mcelvoy
1 week ago

Money talks: Delayed tariffication—Donald Trump holds off on China . Here’s why, from our biz-fin podcast. Host @r_shanbhogue https://www.economist.com/podcasts/2019/08/13/delayed-tariffication-donald-trump-holds-off?fsrc=scn/tw/te/bl/ed/delayedtarifficationdonaldtrumpholdsoffmoneytalks  via @TheEconomist

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The Economist
2 weeks ago

Could the US-China trade war morph into a currency war? The Economist’s John O’Sullivan speaks to @r_shanbhogue in “Money talks” https://econ.st/2yFWsuB 

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The Economist
2 weeks ago

Germany’s corporate wealth tends to be kept in the family https://econ.st/2SWngQG 

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My debut as a culture critic: a review of the @bankofengland anniversary exhibition at the @boemuseum https://www.economist.com/prospero/2019/07/30/a-show-at-the-bank-of-england-underscores-the-strange-fiction-of-money 

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The Economist
4 weeks ago

“The bright spots have prevented Europe from falling into a recession. The question is how much longer they can last.” @R_Shanbhogue weighs up reasons for the euro zone to be cheerful in our “Money talks” podcast https://econ.st/2YdGWAi 

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The Economist
4 weeks ago

The European Central Bank's boss, Mario Draghi, has promised further stimulus if the economy does not buck up https://econ.st/32zb78N 

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JOIN ME https://twitter.com/Henry_Curr/status/1150685072636489728 

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The Economist
1 month ago

Matteo Salvini’s dislike of Brussels is a potentially deadly threat to the euro zone https://econ.st/2NPzwnd 

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The Economist
1 month ago

America’s economy has expanded for 121 months in a row. @r_shanbhogue asks @PatrickFoulis how long this can last in “Money Talks” https://econ.st/2JnpuVP 

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The Economist
1 month ago

Matteo Salvini says he will press ahead with mini-BOTs in the absence of "a smarter way" to bring down Italy's arrears https://econ.st/2IVA4TN 

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The Economist
1 month ago
What are mini-BOTs? @r_shanbhogue explains how the low-denomination, non-interest bearing treasury bills work, and why some politicians in Italy want to introduce them https://econ.st/2NduMaE 

What are mini-BOTs? @r_shanbhogue explains how the low-denomination, non-interest bearing treasury bills work, and why some politicians in Italy want to introduce them https://econ.st/2NduMaE 

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A last-minute play for the ECB presidency before the big jobs summit starts https://twitter.com/schieritz/status/1141310583242928128 

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My piece this week on the life of tycoons: Germany’s business barons are finding it harder to keep a low profile https://www.economist.com/business/2019/06/15/germanys-business-barons-are-finding-it-harder-to-keep-a-low-profile  via @TheEconomist

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with thanks to @Mij_Europe @COdendahl

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How is the head of the ECB chosen? Drama and Machiavellian plotting, if the past is a guide. Me this week via @TheEconomist https://www.economist.com/finance-and-economics/2019/06/15/the-ecb-presidency-is-distinct-but-not-immune-from-backroom-deals 

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The Economist
2 months ago

.@r_shanbhogue examines who could take over from Mario Draghi when he steps down as president of the ECB in October, and notes there are no women in the race https://econ.st/2I8TIvm 

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Yesterday Brussels took the first step towards penalising Italy for its high public debt. But for now at least, Italy has time on its side — me for @TheEconomist this week https://www.economist.com/node/21765065 

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The Economist
2 months ago

European officials have threatened Italy with the first fine of its kind over debts and deficits. @r_shanbhogue reports on the Italian response, on “The Intelligence” https://econ.st/2IpnRoS 

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