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Is It Time To Control Capital Flows?
Free market capitalism has faced intense criticism in recent years. Even that most basic tenet of the post-‘70s era, the free movement of capital and floating exchange rates ...
UK
23 Oct 2018
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Global Outlook: Interviews With Dr Frank Luntz - From Brexit And US Politics To The Power Of Communications (Video)
Our Chief Economist, Ian Stewart, interviewed Frank Luntz, one of the most honoured communication professionals in America today and dubbed by Sir David Frost as "The Nostradamus of pollsters".
Worldwide
6 Nov 2017
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Thoughts On The UK General Election
There was no panicky sell off as we saw last year following the Brexit vote.
UK
19 Jun 2017
4
Everything You Need To Know About The General Election - Except The Result
This week's briefing provides a short General Election primer. All data, odds and polls are correct as of 7pm on Sunday 4 June.
UK
15 Jun 2017
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What Voters Think
This week we take a look at what voters in the US, UK and Europe are telling pollsters on the big issues.
UK
7 Mar 2017
6
Africa's Demographic Dividend
History has often illustrated the power of the maxim, coined by the French socialist thinker, Auguste Comte, that "Demography is destiny".
Worldwide
2 Mar 2017
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The Surprising Decline Of Inequality In The UK
Inequality in incomes is a hot topic across the industrial world. Although the global recovery is in its eighth year in most rich countries the gap between higher and low incomes has widened.
UK
8 Feb 2017
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Brexiting Is Easy, Getting The Right Deal's The Hard Part
The decision facing UK voters in the polling booths on 23rd June was deceptively simple – to remain in or to leave the EU.
UK
11 Jul 2016
9
Polls Vs Punters
Last week's opinion polls and bookmakers' odds show a much diminished likelihood of a UK exit from the European Union.
UK
31 May 2016
10
EU Referendum Planning
"Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?" The UK's EU referendum will take place on Thursday 23rd June.
UK
26 May 2016
11
Brexit And The Opinion Polls
Last week was a good one for the 'remain' camp in the UK's EU referendum campaign.
UK
27 Apr 2016
12
An EU Referendum Primer
At least one of the uncertainties surrounding Britain's relationship with the EU has been resolved. The UK's EU referendum will take place in about four months' time, on Thursday 23rd June.
UK
29 Feb 2016
13
UK Public Opinion And The EU Referendum
A referendum on the UK's membership of the EU is due to take place by the end of 2017.
UK
2 Dec 2015
14
Interest Rate Rises, America Goes First
This year's slowdown in emerging markets has forced central banks in the West to re-think their plans for raising interest rates.
Worldwide
24 Nov 2015
15
German Reunification And The Triumph Of Politics
This month marks the 25th anniversary of the reunification of Germany. Integrating two vastly different economies was a hugely risky venture.
Germany
19 Oct 2015
16
What Happened Over The Summer
July and August tend to be pretty thin months for media coverage of economics and finance. With the holidays over here's a short primer on what the global economy did over the summer.
Worldwide
11 Sep 2015
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Prepare For Higher Rates In The US And UK
Last week, Janet Yellen, the Chair of the US Federal Reserve, and Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England, signalled that interest rates in the US and the UK are likely to rise by the end of this year.
UK
21 Jul 2015
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UK Political Risk Reduced Not Eliminated
There are plenty of explanations for the failure of the opinion polls to predict the outcome of Britain's General Election.
UK
12 May 2015
19
The UK Election And The Economy
Whichever party, or combination of parties, forms the next UK government, will face the same economic conditions.
UK
7 May 2015
20
UK Pre-Election Budget
On Wednesday the Chancellor will deliver his sixth and final Budget of this Parliament. In many respects this is the pre-election Budget the Chancellor always hoped to be able to deliver.
UK
1 Apr 2015
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