Articles by George Magnus
"To hijack Charles Dickens, the US economy is characterised by wisdom and foolishness"
George Magnus / February 1, 2016
"The banks we once worried about as too-big-to-fail are in many cases even bigger today"
"Recessions normally follow a marked drop in job creation—but the opposite is happening"
George Magnus / January 18, 2016
A barrel of Brent oil cost $125 in 2013; it is now $28. Can we absorb the shocks?
As much as $1 trillion has left the country—and the pressure is mounting
The country suffers from four economic challenges that it is unwilling—and perhaps unable—to confront
With the oil price at its current low, an independent Scotland would face a fiscal “chasm”
If Britain votes to leave the EU, then all hopes of economic recovery could sink without trace
George Magnus / December 17, 2015
The key is the weakening pound