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As of December 11th the WTO appellate body will cease to function following US refusal to appoint new judges. In effect, the WTO dispute resolution…

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As we enter the final weeks of the election, the latest numbers from the housing sector do not make for pretty reading. Britain’s housing market…

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For three decades, central banks promised us they would take care of the economy. Fiscal policy, we were told, was toothless. Monetary policy would ensure…

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A well-functioning financial services sector is a key part of an economy that produces goods and services that citizens need and want. Without capital to…

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The latest decision from the European Central Bank to reactivate quantitative easing to revitalise the comatose Eurozone economy has been met with scepticism — this…

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Central banks have come to dominate economic policy in all major economies. This is problematic. It raises questions about the legitimacy of central bank independence…

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A recent profile of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos in The Atlantic magazine argues that he is accumulating too much power in a way that is…

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The eponymous estate of Mansfield Park; the stately home of Jane Austen’s great novel, was paid for from the proceeds of a Caribbean slave plantation….

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Only six in ten people aged 18-24 turned out to vote in the 2017 general election, compared to a national average of seven in ten….

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This issue of our Finance Outlook focuses on monetary policy – in the lead-up to our Monetary Policy Conference on November 27th. While it is…

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