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Julia Coronado is Chief Economist, North America for BNP Paribas' global market economics team.  Prior to joining BNP Paribas, Julia was a Senior U.S. Economist at Barclays Capital in New York, where she helped formulate the forecast for the U.S. Economy and Fed policy. After receiving a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Texas Julia worked as an Economist for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors in Washington D.C., working in Flow of Funds and Macroeconomic Analysis sections in the Division of Research and Statistics. She regularly briefed the Board and contributed to the FOMC forecasts, and she represented the Federal Reserve at meetings of the OECD’s Committee on Financial Markets. Julia has deep expertise in aging issues and worked as Director of Retirement Research at the think tank, Watson Wyatt Worldwide. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Pension Research Council at the Wharton School. Julia represents the firm’s economic views both to clients and the media and is a frequent commentator on economic issues in the financial press.

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Features by Julia Coronado

Instability in Greece likely to continue

Who has more to lose in the ongoing crisis in Europe -- Greece, or its lenders, like Germany?
Posted In: Greece, Europe debt crisis

What to fear more: Inflation vs. deflation

The news that Americans are saving more is a mixed blessing, and could also increase our risk of deflation.
Posted In: deflation, consumer spending, inflation

BlackBerry CEO shake-up points to new strategy

The new chief executive, Thorsten Heins, will bring "new blood" to Research In Motion, as the company tries to win back its position in the smartphone market
Posted In: Blackberry, management, ceo

Will the U.S. lead the economic recovery?

With ongoing troubles in Europe and an obvious slow down in many Asian economies, it looks as though America might be the bright spot in the global economy.
Posted In: China's Economy, Earnings

Will the 2% payroll tax increase come soon?

If lawmakers in Washington don't agree on a deal soon, Americans could soon feel a 2 percent tax hike come the first of the year
Posted In: payroll tax, Washington D.C., politics

FedEx expecting record day of shipments

FedEx is expecting to ship 17 million packages today, up from last year's peak of 15.6 million in a single day.
Posted In: fedex, shipping

Europeans 'getting their hands dirty' solving debt problem

News from Europe today shows positive steps towards solving the debt crisis, on the micro and macro level.
Posted In: Europe debt crisis, italy

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