Greek anti-austerity party Syriza is on a collision course with European officials after ramping up its election [...]
Economist Thomas Piketty's latest argument that the increased popularity of anti-austerity parties is actually [...]
In Greece, a disastrous combination of sheer incompetence and an inability to grasp the severity of the Eurozone [...]
The chancellor issued his election manifesto yesterday, in the form of the Autumn Statement. And the good news [...]
Clipper Round the World Yacht Race sailors were splashing the champagne about as they arrived back in London over [...]
THE INTERNATIONAL Monetary Fund: wrong again. At the end of last week, the IMF abandoned its criticism of the [...]
THE “BACKFIRE effect” is a term coined by the US political scientist Brendan Nyhan to describe how a person’s [...]
LAST year his Budget preparations included a calorie-stacked Byron burger, wolfed down with a side of chips.
PORTUGAL’S parliament passed the country’s 2014 budget yesterday, the last under its three-year EU/IMF bailout, [...]
GEORGE Osborne yesterday promised a future Conservative government would attempt to run a budget surplus by 2020, [...]
CRITICS have railed against an economic paper released by the San Francisco Federal Reserve yesterday, which [...]
FIVE years ago, nearly every macroeconomist agreed that central banks determined aggregate demand (total spending [...]
GEORGE Osborne yesterday presented his analysis of why the UK economy has turned the corner in recent months, [...]
THE CHANCELLOR will today argue that spending cuts were the right policy and have helped get the UK back on the [...]
SOME people are never satisfied. The evidence is mounting that the UK economy is now on the path to recovery. [...]
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