Articles by George Magnus
The country’s new GDP report states that the economy grew by nearly 7 per cent last year—but can we trust the figure?
The Shadow Chancellor will head to the Alps next week to take on the elite. But what will he say?
George Magnus / January 8, 2018
This marks the 103rd month of US economic expansion. Is the country due a recession?
It’s been a good year for the economy—but 2018 might not go so smoothly
George Magnus / December 4, 2017
We will miss Dr Yellen—more than perhaps most people currently realise
George Magnus / November 27, 2017
The idea that Britain could be a new Singapore is a Brexiteer fantasy which misunderstands how both economies work
George Magnus / November 22, 2017
The OBR’s gloomy economic forecasts show why Britain needed something bolder
George Magnus / November 13, 2017
The US President went quiet on the subject during his recent Asia trip—but America’s trade deficit with China this year will be just shy of $370 billion. He’s not going to take that lying down
George Magnus / November 6, 2017
It is far from certain whether Jerome Powell, Trump’s pick to succeed Janet Yellen, will rise to the occasion
George Magnus / November 2, 2017
It has chosen to raise interest rates—but small corrections to monetary policy are unlikely to do much good