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ECB – why this time will be different

The US Fed has started to normalise interest rates, and historically when the Fed moved, …

India: despite medium-term uncertainty, a bright near-term outlook

Since 1990, India’s share of world economic output has doubled to 7.2%. However, its economy …

Odds of a UK recession are now greater than even

Defying widespread expectation of a recession, the UK economy weathered the Brexit storm better than …

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Just what is wrong with the French?

We Brits love to make fun of the French. It’s close to a national pastime. …

Tolerance isn’t a luxury

Last Saturday saw 2017’s Pride in London parade, uniting over a million people to celebrate …

Thank Fathom it’s Friday – All out, comrades!

In the film-within-a-film ‘Strike’ (from The Comic Strip Presents…), the UK miners’ strike of 1984 …

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India’s IT Advantage

In contrast to the large trade surpluses achieved by previous Asian success stories, who used demand for final manufactured goods as a path to economic growth, India has run a trade deficit for many years. Continue reading

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Investing in a time of negative yields

When ‘re-risking’ can be ‘de-risking’ Fathom and PIC pap ...
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Scottish Independence

Economic consequences of independence for Scotland and the rest ...
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Still time for TARP in the UK

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