AIG Trading Group and Banque AIG Past Research

Articles Author Date Published
US trade: misconceptions reignBernard Connolly(07-13-2005)
Noyer: sinking Italy?Bernard Connolly(07-04-2005)
Japan: fewer domestic demand risks than elsewhere, but the yen ...Bernard Connolly(07-01-2005)
Oil, intertemporal allocation, the dollar and the Fed; the world ...Bernard Connolly(06-30-2005)
EUR/USD and asset prices: a shifting relationship?Bernard Connolly(06-27-2005)
Italy deal: no tough budgetary action, ECB easeBernard Connolly(06-27-2005)
Why monetary union will failBernard Connolly(06-23-2005)
The EU summit: a Waterloo lost on the playing fields ...Bernard Connolly(06-20-2005)
Greenspan, the curve and capitalism: you always hurt the one ...Bernard Connolly(06-10-2005)
Issing: has the EMU blame game begun?Bernard Connolly(06-09-2005)
Greenspan, Trichet and ZhouBernard Connolly(06-07-2005)
EU CrisisBernard Connolly(06-06-2005)
A revolt of the great unwashed? What implications of the &#...Bernard Connolly(06-03-2005)
Trichet confirms likely demise of monetary unionBernard Connolly(06-02-2005)
Eichel, EMU and the Inflation TargetBernard Connolly(06-01-2005)
Monetary union: a political impossibility theoremBernard Connolly(05-27-2005)
The Fed: searching for an exit strategy?Bernard Connolly(05-25-2005)
Italian debt, asset sales and euro zone inflationBernard Connolly(05-24-2005)
The ECB: hoping a weak Euro will bail it out?Bernard Connolly(05-23-2005)
German Politics and the EUBernard Connolly(05-23-2005)
Italy and monetary union: voyage of the damnedBernard Connolly(05-18-2005)
Dramatically Bad Euro Zone GDP Numbers Raise the Stakes for ...Bernard Connolly(05-12-2005)
The payrolls numbers and the Fed: beyond the knee-jerkBernard Connolly(05-09-2005)
US Inflation and Growth: Oil-Induced Blip, Worsened Trade-Off or Knife-Edge? ...Bernard Connolly(05-03-2005)
Greenspan in ChinaBernard Connolly(04-27-2005)