George Magnus / October 5, 2015
The Chancellor has wrong-footed his sternest critics
George Magnus / September 28, 2015
If he re-establishes political control over the bank of England, it will be hard to win the public over
Can Greece emerge from this with sustainable economic growth?
America is leaning towards a change in the monetary regime
George Magnus / September 7, 2015
There is a sound economic case for accepting higher levels of immigration
George Magnus / September 1, 2015
Western central bankers shouldn't worry unduly about last week's slide, but China has other problems
Global growth hasn't been shaping up to optimistic expectations
The Greek crisis can revert to being just a big problem—for the time being
The panic is lessening inside Greece but how long can this détente last?
There's still a long way to go before Greece's position in the eurozone is secure