Greg Ip

Greg Ip appears in the following:

Alternatives to Completely Shutting Down

Tuesday, September 08, 2020

In the event that New York City sees a "second wave" of the virus, are there alternatives to a complete shutdown?

Fear in the Wrong Places

Tuesday, November 03, 2015

The Wall Street Journal's chief economics commentator Greg Ip looks at what we fear and where the real risks lie.

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The Japanese Economy

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Greg Ip, of the Economist magazine, and David Weinstein, Associate Director of Research at the Center of Japanese Economy and Business, part of the Columbia Business School, look at what happens when the world’s third largest economy grinds to a halt.

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Roundtable discussion on the stimulus vote

Thursday, January 29, 2009

President Obama's $819 billion stimulus plan passed the House last night. Despite the new president’s calls for bipartisanship, all House Republicans and eleven Democrats opposed the ...

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Global Rate Cut

Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Greg Ip, U.S. economics editor for The Economist talks about the latest effort to boost confidence in the global economy.

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Financial Crisis: What Happens Next?

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

We get a debriefing on yesterday's economic freefall, why the bailout failed to pass the House, and where we go from here. Greg Ip is U.S. Economics Editor for the Economist magazine.

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Please Explain: Wall Street Crisis

Friday, September 19, 2008

What a week it’s been in the markets. Find out what’s behind the recent financial crisis of the past few days, and what the credit woes could lead to. Greg Ip is U.S. Economics Editor for the Economist; Andrew Caplin is an Economics Professor at NYU.

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The Stock Market Explained

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Greg Ip is a senior special writer for The Wall Street Journal. He will explain what’s going on with the stock market – why the credit bubble burst, why the Federal Reserve cut the discount rate, and what it all means for you and your investments.

Weigh in: How has ...

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