Lucio Sarno's picture
Affiliation: 
Cass Business School
Credentials: 
Professor of Finance

Voting history

House Prices and the UK economy

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Question 1: Do you agree that the phenomenon of declining house prices will ripple out from the London property market leading more UK regions to experience falling prices?

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Answer:
Agree
Confidence level:
Confident

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Question 2: Do you agree that a more widespread weakening of the UK housing market will slow UK GDP growth significantly?

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Answer:
Neither agree nor disagree
Confidence level:
Not confident

Global risks from rising debt and asset prices

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Question 2: Is the loose monetary policy of major central banks responsible for the recent increase in global leverage or asset values?

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Answer:
Agree
Confidence level:
Very confident

Juncker's State of the Union Address

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Question 2: Do you agree that the euro has had more benefits than costs?

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Answer:
Strongly agree
Confidence level:
Confident

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Question 1; Do you agree that euro membership should be compulsory for all EU member states?

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Answer:
Disagree
Confidence level:
Confident
Comment:
While it may be desirable to have a common currency in a free trade area, it may well be that countries with specific circumstances require alternative central bank arrangements that make joining the euro suboptimal. It is far from obvious that imposing a common currency is beneficial to all countries in the EU in the same way.

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