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Felix Salmon

Felix Salmon appears in the following:

Restaurant Reviews and Food Prices

Tuesday, June 07, 2011

How does a positive or negative restaurant review affect menu prices? Felix Salmon, finance blogger for Reuters, discusses the role of restaurant critics.

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Strauss-Kahn Arrest and the IMF

Monday, May 16, 2011

Felix Salmon, finance blogger for Reuters, looks at the effect on the IMF of the arrest of its managing director, especially as it deals with Greece and Portugal.

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The Politics of Giving to Japan

Friday, March 18, 2011

On today's Brian Lehrer Show at 11:40am, Reuters finance blogger Felix Salmon discusses the way in which individual donations to Japan to help with earthquake relief can be a tricky proposition. He points out that the Japanese Red Cross has explicitly said it does not want or need outside donations. Salmon writes that earmarking individual donations exclusively for the relief efforts following specific disasters can hobble relief organizations and potentially leave a lot of unused money on the table. Salmon does suggest giving un-restricted donations to relief organizations instead of designating your money in the name of Japanese victims of disaster.

We'll post highlights from Brian and Felix's conversation later, but for now, here are some links to relief organizations if you choose to consider a donation of any kind.

»» Red Cross | Medical Corps | Global Giving | Save the Children | Drs Without Borders

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How to Help Japan

Friday, March 18, 2011

Felix Salmon, finance blogger for Reuters, discusses why he cautions against individuals donating money to relief efforts in Japan--and what kind of aid actually does make an impact.

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NYSE Goes German

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Felix Salmon, finance blogger for Reuters, discusses the sale of the New York Stock Exchange to the German company Deutsche Börse Group and why he thinks the stock market is quickly becoming irrelevant.

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Hedge Fund Raids

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Felix Salmon, finance blogger for Reuters, talks about Federal raids on hedge funds suspected of insider trading.

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The U.S. Deficit and World Economy

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Felix Salmon, finance blogger for Reuters, talks about the G20 summit, the world's reaction to the US strategy of "quantitative easing" and outlines the deficit commission proposals.

The deficit commission has made their own recommendations. How would you cut the deficit? Share your suggestions below.

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Double Dip Looming?

Friday, August 27, 2010

Ross DeVol, executive director of economic research at the Milken Institute, thinks we can be optimistic about the U.S. economy. Then, Heidi Moore, a financial journalist in New York City and former reporter for The Wall Street Journal and Felix Salmon, finance blogger for Reuters, preview Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke's speech and discuss the latest economic news.

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What Financial Reform Means for Both Sides of the Pond

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Finance blogger for Reuters Felix Salmon and Bloomberg Business Week's Roben Farzad discuss fiscal reform in both the US and UK, the dynamics between the countries' finance industries, and whether London or NYC have a stronger financial future.

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Of Fat Fingers and Debt Crises

Friday, May 07, 2010

Felix Salmon, economic reporter for Reuters, discusses the Dow's wild day yesterday, the ongoing crisis in Greece and Europe, and the British elections.

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Volcker's Rules

Monday, February 08, 2010

Former Federal Reserve Chairman and current economic adviser Paul Volcker advocates breaking up the big banks. Felix Salmon, economics reporter for Reuters, talks about Volcker's ascendancy in the Obama administration and other economic news of the day.

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Twenty As One?

Friday, April 03, 2009

Felix Salmon, who writes the finance blog for Reuters.com, discusses the G-20 economic summit and what concrete steps may be taken as a result.

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