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The World Cup Begins Amid a Series of Financial

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Thu, 19 Jun 2014

One afternoon in the summer of 2010, I had a meeting planned with a colleague in the Federal Reserve’s economic research division. I went up to his office at the appointed hour but found it empty. From across the floor, I heard shouting coming from the seminar room. That, in itself, was not out of

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