How did the Hong Kong market move this morning?
Is Bank of England going to cut interest rates?
Will GM get the bailout package in the US?
Should India seek a peace dividend by investing in Sudan?
What does the slowing down of China mean for India?
Can Chindia drive the world economic growth in 2009?
Will the coming together of G-20 nations resolve the meltdown?
Was Alan Greenspan wrong?
Is John Maynard Keynes really back?
Is nationalisation the new currency of economic growth?
The 10 questions above are those that until September 2008 only scholars asked or were interested in. September 15, 2008, when Lehman Brothers went bankrupt, exposed the bankruptcy of ideas, actions and intent among the world’s largest financial institutions, and led to a global meltdown that is increasingly being compared with the Great Depression of the 1930s. And as a result, these are questions that lay people across the world are discussing in their bedrooms.
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