Megan Greene

Economist


Bio

Megan Greene is is Chief Economist at Maverick Intelligence, a columnist with Bloomberg View, a senior fellow with the Atlantic Council and a member of the REeCE Advisory Board at PriceWaterhouse Coopers.

Will The ECB’s Actions Be Enough?

As has been the case so many times during the Eurozone crisis, all eyes were on the European Central Bank…

The Eurozone’s Imperfect Banking Union

In her first interview since becoming the head of the new Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) in Europe, Danièle Nouy talked…

How Germany’s Political Parties Might Impact Global Markets

  This year’s German election has been the most closely watched German ballot in decades. Social media was ablaze with…

What Does the German Election Mean for the Eurozone?

It only took Chancellor Angela Merkel and her campaign opponent Peer Steinbrueck 19 minutes to launch into disagreement over Germany’s…

EU Update: Cyprus Still Has Options

  Everyone knew that the Cyprus bailout would be difficult, but few expected this tiny island to undermine the euro…

EU Banking Union: Not All Rowing in the Same Direction

  The Eurogroup stayed up once again in mid-December until the wee hours of the morning to find agreement on…

German Ruling on ESM Market Positive…Or Is It?

  On September 12, the German Constitutional Court deemed the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) legal, paving the way for Spain…

A Big September For the Eurozone

With most of Europe away on holiday in August, big developments in the eurozone (EZ) were few and far between….

Greek Elections: The Unsustainable Status Quo

  The markets got their wish earlier this month with a victory by the center-right New Democracy (ND) party in…

Is a Bailout Ahead for Spain? Just Look to Ireland

Watching developments in Spain since the beginning of April has been a source of non-stop déjà vu for anyone who watched events unfold in Ireland in 2010.

Eurozone Crisis: In the Eye of the Storm

The Eurozone crisis has been in retreat since the introduction of the European Central Bank’s three-year long-term refinancing operations in December. Economist Megan Greene writes that the current lull does not indicate that the Eurozone is in the clear, but is simply in the eye of the storm, and more drama awaits.