Marshall Auerback is a fellow of Economists for Peace and Security. A global portfolio strategist for the Denver-based investment group Madison Street Partners, LLC, he has over 28 years’ experience in investment management. Since 2003, he has been a consulting economist for PIMCO, and until July 2010 was a global portfolio strategist for fund manager RAB Capital PLC.

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In Praise of American Political Dysfunction

  • Mark Carney to head the Bank of England

  • The Fiscal Cliff and the American Economy

  • Has Mario Draghi Saved the Euro?

  • Public Sector Jobs Are Real Jobs

  • Greece is being kept alive by the ECB’s Emergency Lending Authority

  • How Far is the ECB Prepared to Go to Save the Euro?

  • Geithner: Europe Can’t be Left Hanging on the Edge of Abyss

  • Spain’s Growing Pains

  • Paul De Grauwe is Right: All Roads Lead Back to the ECB

  • European Debt Crisis: George Soros Exudes Optimism

  • The Eurozone Still Faces Several Challenges

  • Future of Greece and the Eurozone Remains Uncertain

  • Germany’s Constitutional Conundrum

  • Another One Bites the Dust: The ECB Pours Cold Water on Bankia Bailout Solution

  • Germany is the Big Loser, Not Greece

  • Europeans Have Rejected Austerity Madness: Will the U.S. Get the Message?

  • Spain is the New Greece

  • Trouble in Euro Zone Paradise?

  • Greece: A Default is a Better Outcome than the Deal on Offer

  • U.S. Employment Growth Shows Fiscal Policy Matters

  • Anschluss Economics: The Germans Launch a Blitzkrieg on the Greek Debt Negotiations

  • There Will Be Blood

  • Is Merkel Right on Greece?

  • Are Trade Deficits Really That Bad?