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We can see now that the unintended consequence of the policy was a surge in low-paid jobs
Behind a contrast in monetary policy lies a cultural divide between continents – and we are in the middle
The Federal Reserve and Bank of England can’t see that things are good enough to raise interest rates
The plain fact is that the UK is the second-largest exporter of services in the world, after the US, whereas it is only the ninth-largest exporter of goods. Culture attaches itself better to services than it does to goods
VW might be in a tight spot just now, but like other Mittelstand companies it has a strong support group
If the US takes the plunge on Thursday, the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street will not be far behind
The Labour front-runner's policies have been tried in the past and rejected, and require an extremely authoritarian state
Gloom may prevail as the G20 meets in Ankara this weekend... but there are reasons for optimism
The market system is pretty robust – you get big swings and we live with them
A good degree is only a small chunk of the global skill set that big employers are looking for these days
The strong pound is great for Britons abroad, but it's bad for trade. And then there are interest rates...