Articles by George Magnus
The downturn could come in 2020, with implications for both the US presidential election and Brexit process
Osborne’s target has been reached, albeit two years late. Now is the time to make the case for renewed public spending
George Magnus / February 26, 2018
It's a week of important meetings in Beijing. Here's what's happening—and what we should look out for
George Magnus / February 20, 2018
A tax earmarked for the NHS is an option worth exploring
George Magnus / February 12, 2018
Mark Carney has signalled that it is time for an interest rate rise. What’s his thinking?
George Magnus / February 6, 2018
This is the worst possible time for unfunded and ideologically-driven tax cuts. Will the Republican fiscal wreckers see sense?
George Magnus / January 30, 2018
The PM will lead a delegation to China on Wednesday. With Brexit Britain desperate for trade, it’s time we got down to brass tacks
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?