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Britain’s timetable for regaining control

Britain’s timetable for regaining control

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UK can leave EU quicker than many think
For a post-Brexit lesson, look what happened after the Greek referendum

For a post-Brexit lesson, look what happened after the Greek referendum

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Divorce? Much more probable is a flexible ‘halfway-house’ relationship between the U.K. and EU
The future: neither paradise nor perdition

The future: neither paradise nor perdition

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There were many projections before the UK referendum on the possible economic effects of staying
Cameron quits, Britain and Europe face convulsion

Cameron quits, Britain and Europe face convulsion

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Britain and the rest of Europe face political, economic and constitutional convulsion after a narrow
Opening up Brazil’s fiscal space

Opening up Brazil’s fiscal space

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New policies needed to tackle worst recession since 1980s
Four big issues affecting world recovery

Four big issues affecting world recovery

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US monetary normalisation will be gradual and patient
Sensitive decisions on succession 

Sensitive decisions on succession 

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Lessons from central bank-government squabbling
China accelerates SDR bond platform

China accelerates SDR bond platform

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Foreign borrowing in IMF composite unit could start this summer
Unwelcome side-effects of quantitative easing

Unwelcome side-effects of quantitative easing

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The European Central Bank’s quantitative easing, first announced in January last year, has – as
Side Effects of Quantitative Easing

Side Effects of Quantitative Easing

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In the beginning of the month, the ECB has increased the volume of asset purchases
Sailing into uncharted waters

Sailing into uncharted waters

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Opportunities and costs of negative interest rates
Return of a German nightmare

Return of a German nightmare

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British EU exit and the unravelling of Europe
Unwelcome side-effects of quantitative easing

Unwelcome side-effects of quantitative easing

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The European Central Bank’s quantitative easing, first announced in January last year, has – as
Wisconsin primary upends US presidential race

Wisconsin primary upends US presidential race

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Consequences for Republican, Democratic frontrunners could be significant
Asian parallels with Greek imbroglio

Asian parallels with Greek imbroglio

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Genscher’s role in euro shortcomings
Benefits of Britain’s membership

Benefits of Britain’s membership

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Risks to London euro trading if UK left EU

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