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03 Nov 2017

Interest Rates Finally Rise

Whilst we are clearly coming to the end of the period of extremely cheap money globally – the Fed has raised rates 4 times in 2 years for example – Mr Carney’s comments were dovish on the future path of interest rates
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17 Feb 2017

Infrastructure – a policy tool and a pressing need

As more developed economies appear to have reached the limit of desired monetary policy (rate cuts and quantitative easing), it is likely the focus will change to fiscal policy.
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10 Feb 2017

Tackling cost pressures in healthcare

Healthcare innovation has been a major reason for the increasing life expectancy globally, but costs are rising.
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02 Feb 2017

Perspectives on emerging markets

The world has not stood still while we reconsider our relationship with the European Union
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24 Nov 2016

Philip's fillips: Autumn Statement 2016

Chancellor Philip Hammond made his first – and the last – Autumn Statement to Parliament this week, outlining the government’s taxation and spending plans ahead of the full Budget in April.
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09 Nov 2016

Trump Triumphant

Many thought Hillary Clinton had an easier path to the White House – but as ‘purple’ states turned red overnight, it was clear that the US electorate and coalesced behind the anti-establishment candidate.
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04 Nov 2016

The race for the white house

We don't have the luxury of fifty years' reflection when considering the rise of Trump and the outcome of the US presidential election.
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