Articles by The Corner

Monetary authorities are shuffling their cards

BARCELONA | Analysts at CaixaBank welcome the European Central Bank’s decision of propping up state debt by moderating its cost in the markets. It will give the euro zone room to progress in its integration.

Indeed, poor rich children

In London and Madrid, NGO Save the Children has given a word of alert: the economic crisis is hitting hard those who are more vulnerable. Medicines and food aren’t as available as they should be to them.

Obama wins his first vote from Bernanke

Two months before the US general elections, the Federal Reserve activates a package of expansionary monetary policy that will artificially inject life into the US economy. Carlos Díaz sees this is a vote for Obama.