Articles by George Magnus
George Magnus / September 1, 2015
Western central bankers shouldn't worry unduly about last week's slide, but China has other problems
George Magnus / August 25, 2015
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
The possibility of a deal has re-emerged but it is still not a shoo-in
The mood is becoming more conciliatory, but the possibility for fractures still exists
If a parallel currency emerges that will be the beginning of the end
Can the country win a stay of execution?
George Magnus / July 6, 2015
Greece’s membership of the euro is now in doubt. How did it come to this?