Articles by George Magnus
An interesting economic experiment is underway in Japan—and its results will hold lessons for the rest of us
Post EU referendum, Government intervention is needed to steer the economy through choppy waters
And how does Britain’s performance compare?
"Are we heading for a recession" is frequently asked at the moment—but it is not currently the most important economic question
"The failed coup now raises the risk that capital flows to Turkey will dry up—or go into reverse"
Brazil was booming when it won the right to host the Olympics. But as the Games begin it is suffering its worst economic crisis in living memory. What went wrong?
Its Monetary Policy Committee meets on Thursday—for the first time since the Brexit vote
There is little that is material to panic about—so far
Festival-goers were largely oblivious to the extraordinary developments taking place
George Magnus / June 16, 2016
They are living in a fantasy world