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Samizdat - the literature of dissent

SS Euro - sinking the unsinkable

Countdown to monetary union

Thinking the unthinkable about Emu, edited by John Arrowsmith, National Institute of Economic & Social Research, March 1998. Including: Speculative attacks and other threats during the transition process from national currencies to the euro, Peter Bofinger, professor at University of Würzburg; Implications for financial markets (panel session comprising John Arrowsmith (NEISR), Roger Bootle (HSBC Markets), Martin Brookes (Goldman Sachs), Giles Keating (CSFB), David Mackie (JP Morgan)

  • The consequences of Emu's failure, Neil Record, Record Treasury Management, 1998

  • Could Emu be blown up by a speculative attack? Ravi Bulchandani, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, March 1998

  • Emu crash; the consequences for financial markets, Bernard Walschots, Rabobank, February 1998

  • Could speculation break Emu apart? Martin Brookes, Goldman Sachs, January 1998

  • 1 January 1999: and then what? Credit Suisse Private Banking, December 1997

  • Event risk under monetary union, David Theobald, JP Morgan, October 1997

  • Emu break-up risk: thinking the unthinkable, Ken Wattret, Paribas, August 1997

  • The creation and destruction of Emu, Walter Eltis, Oxford University, Centre for Policy Studies, August 1997

  • The Crash of 2003 - an Emu fairy tale, David Lascelles, Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation, 1997

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