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When Britain went bust

When Britain went bust

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40th anniversary of UK’s 1976 IMF crisis
Italy’s dangerous gamble

Italy’s dangerous gamble

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Constitutional referendum clouds economic outlook
The Seven Ages of Gold

The Seven Ages of Gold

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Central bank buying back to historical norm
Still in the shadows

Still in the shadows

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Euro area's two-speed credit recovery
Argentina's 'mini-Davos'

Argentina’s ‘mini-Davos’

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‘Argentina being open for business is critical.’
Out of the credit crunch: The troubled recovery of loans to the real economy in Italy

Out of the credit crunch: The troubled recovery of loans to the real economy in Italy

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Another long summer is ending for European banks. Despite reassuring European Banking Authority stress tests,
Hope and fears in Brazil

Hope and fears in Brazil

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An impeachment with ripples
Argentina represents a very important bilateral relationship now

Argentina represents a very important bilateral relationship now

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The same refrain could be heard from many of the global CEOs attending Argentina’s blockbuster
Trials and tribulations of Target-2

Trials and tribulations of Target-2

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ECB bond purchase programmes give more bargaining power to deficit countries
Collateral damage through pension funds

Collateral damage through pension funds

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Low rates and QE can hurt confidence
Regime change from ‘new narrative’

Regime change from ‘new narrative’

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Bullard’s monetary shake-up with international implications
Why Trump will lose

Why Trump will lose

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Between globalisation and populism
Erdogan's 'gift from God'

Erdogan’s ‘gift from God’

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After Turkey’s purge, stability is relative
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

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