Surveillance: Italy Needs IMF Assistance, DB Economist Says
Published November 14, 2016
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    David Folkerts-Landau, Deutsche Bank's chief economist, says Italy is better outside the Eurozone if the country refuses to reform. Then, Tom Keene and David Gura talk to Frank Newport, Gallup Poll's editor-in-chief, about the difficulties found in state-by-state polling. Also, Charles Dumas, TS Lombard's chief economist, discusses the future of the Federal Reserve under a Donald Trump presidency and says inflation will be up to 2 percent next year and 3 percent the following year. Finally, Julian Jessop, Capital Economics' chief global economist, says that rising bond bond yields represent the long-awaited normalization of interest rates.
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