Articles by George Magnus
The worst of the rise in inflation is likely over. But as the economy stutters, and with Brexit chaos looming, wage earners will be waiting a long time for any real relief
Growth could be substantially down by the end of 2017—with the potential figures for 2018 scarier still
As a corruption scandal rumbles on, Brazil struggles to emerge from recession. Where's a commodity boom when you need one?
Warnings about rising debt have not gone down well with China's leaders. But without some drastic action a similar crash to the west's 2008 will become increasingly likely
George Magnus / May 22, 2017
Is the "Trump trade" toast? It remains to be seen whether scandal will prevent the president enacting his economic policies.
Labour’s plan to raise income tax on £80,000 earners doesn’t cut it
The US government believes that tax cuts will be self-funding. The evidence does not support this
George Magnus / April 24, 2017
“The household savings rate has already slumped, consumer credit and instalment debt are rising, employment levels look maxed out, and real incomes are flat or falling”