Edward Hadas

Edward Hadas is Economics Editor at Reuters Breakingviews. He joined Breakingviews in both 2004 and 2011, with a year in between at the Financial Times as Assistant Editor of the Lex column.

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Feb. 12 2013 3:58 PMAll Wrong
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Nov. 19 2012 5:30 PMHas the United States Lost Its Power to Peacefully Coerce Other Nations?
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Sept. 14 2012 4:18 PMThe Federal Reserve's New Policies Look Alarmingly Chinese
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June 5 2012 12:30 PMUK could sacrifice its jubilee queen to Europe.
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May 3 2012 3:33 PMMunch's "Scream" Now Symbolizes Easy Money and the Easy Life
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March 12 2012 11:13 AMChina's Trade Deficit is a Sign of Things to Come
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Feb. 15 2012 3:30 PMCorporate Friendships: A Philosophical Overview
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Jan. 2 2013 7:02 PMGlobal Relief on Fiscal Cliff Misses the Point
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Sept. 24 2012 2:43 PMWhy Are We Obsessed with Percentages?
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June 21 2012 3:38 PMTaking the leverage out of economic growth.
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May 24 2012 3:33 PMMarkets Vote for the Euro
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April 10 2012 5:26 PMBo's Fall Reveals China's Cult of Anti-personality
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Feb. 29 2012 12:23 PMIt's Time to Take the Sacred out of Finance

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