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  • Today's Big Greek Vote: Do I Keep Money in the Bank?

    Today's Big Greek Vote: Do I Keep Money in the Bank?

    Investor's Business Daily | May 23, 2012

    Jacob Kirkegaard is cited in an IBD piece on bank withdrawals in Greece.

  • Will Chinese Investors Build a Chinese Town in Rural Michigan?

    Will Chinese Investors Build a Chinese Town in Rural Michigan?

    The Atlantic | May 22, 2012

    RHG research on Chinese OFDI is cited in this report on a group of Chinese investors seeking to build a 400-unit upscale housing development in rural Michigan specifically for Chinese immigrants.

  • Endgame in Greece: The Montenegro Option

    Endgame in Greece: The Montenegro Option

    The Atlantic | May 22, 2012

    In the Atlantic, senior editor Clive Crook takes on Jacob Kirkegaard's predictions for Greece, "neither of which involve Grexit. Not what you'd call full Grexit, anyway."

  • Maybe Greece Needs a Run on the Banks

    Maybe Greece Needs a Run on the Banks

    CNN Money | May 21, 2012

    CNN Money cites Jacob Kirkegaard in a report on his note that a run on Greek banks might actually save the debt-ridden country.

  • Perhaps Greece Won't Leave the Euro, After All

    Perhaps Greece Won't Leave the Euro, After All

    Washington Post | May 21, 2012

    Ezra Klein's Wonkblog at the Washington Post cites Jacob Kirekgaard's recent research note that argues that Greece will not be leaving the euro anytime soon, if at all.

  • Austerity: The Buzz

    Austerity: The Buzz

    Hindustan Times | May 18, 2012

    Pramit Pal Chaudhuri opines on the heart of the eurocrisis: a balance of payments problem between the eurozone's northern and southern halves.

  • Here Comes the Corralito?

    Here Comes the Corralito?

    The Economist | May 17, 2012

    The Economist's Buttonwood's blog on Jacob Kirkegaard's assertion that a bank run would be beneficial in Greece.

  • A Greek Exit? Euro Zone May Be Ready

    A Greek Exit? Euro Zone May Be Ready

    New York Times | May 17, 2012

    Jacob Kirkegaard is quoted in a Times article that asserts "it is increasingly conceivable that Greece may leave the euro zone, not just because of its own political dysfunction but also the consequences of such an exit for the rest of Europe and the global economy no longer seem quite so scary." 

  • Schaeuble Dares Greece Exit as Contingency Plans Start

    Schaeuble Dares Greece Exit as Contingency Plans Start

    BusinessWeek | May 11, 2012

    Jacob Kirkegaard is quoted in Bloomberg on fears of the building possibility of a Greek exit from the euro zone.

  • As Europe's Economic Outlook Darkens, US Risks Grow

    As Europe's Economic Outlook Darkens, US Risks Grow

    News & Obesrver | May 11, 2012

    The News & Observer runs a Q&A about "Europe's widening debt crisis and what it could mean for Americans," quoting Jacob Kirkegaard in responses.

  • How the Euro Zone Will Try to Bring Greece Back Into Line

    How the Euro Zone Will Try to Bring Greece Back Into Line

    Washington Post | May 10, 2012

    Jacob Kirkegaard's recent note is highlighted in Ezra Klein's WonkBlog at the Washington Post.

  • IMF Drafting New Safeguards For Its Cash -Sources

    IMF Drafting New Safeguards For Its Cash -Sources

    Wall Street Journal | May 9, 2012

    A Wall Street Journal piece, citing sources who claim the IMF is considering introducing proposals to limit the size of loans to euro zone countries, quotes Jacob Kirkegaard.

  • Tom Mulcair's Call for Environmental Responsibility Hits Nerve in the West

    Tom Mulcair's Call for Environmental Responsibility Hits Nerve in the West

    The Star | May 8, 2012

    The Star cites RHG research in a story on NDP leader Tom Mulcair's controversial claim that Alberta's oilsands have artificially driven up the Canadian dollar and hurt manufacturing in central Canada.

  • Europe Faces New Greek Test

    Europe Faces New Greek Test

    Wall Street Journal | May 8, 2012

    Jacob Kirkegaard is quoted in the WSJ on the political tumult following elections in Greece.

  • The Allure of Fracking

    The Allure of Fracking

    Washington Post | May 8, 2012

    At the Washington Post's PostPartisan blog, Trevor Houser's research is cited in a post on fracking spurred by the approval of a natural gas drilling project in Utah.

  • Economic Woes Mean No Honeymoon for Hollande

    Economic Woes Mean No Honeymoon for Hollande

    France 24 | May 8, 2012

    Jacob Kirkegaard's comments to the New York Times are quoted in a French international news report following the French presidential election.

  • A Taste of Hollandaise

    A Taste of Hollandaise

    Hindustan Times | May 7, 2012

    Jacob Kirkegaard is cited in a Hindustan Times piece reacting to the election of François Hollande in France.

  • Time For Change, But No Revolution

    Time For Change, But No Revolution

    New York Times | May 7, 2012

    The New York Times Rendezvous blog pulls in comments by Jacob Kirkegaard in the NYT's analysis of François Hollande's election to the presidency in France.

  • Investors Wary of Change in France

    Investors Wary of Change in France

    Boston Globe | May 7, 2012

    The Boston Globe addresses fears that Socialist Francois Hollande's victory in the French presidential election will delay market reforms, and quotes Jacob Kirkegaard.

  • French, Others Say 'Non' To Austerity

    French, Others Say 'Non' To Austerity

    Wall Street Journal | May 7, 2012

    A WSJ story following reactions against austerity across Europe cites Jacob Kirkegaard on the Netherlands.