Economics & Finance
And this slump is not stimulating growth—meaning Brexiteers don’t have a leg to stand on
Its insignificance is significant because it means nationalisation is affordable
Joseph Evans / August 25, 2017
Figures from Molly Scott Cato to Patrick Minford offer their views
Christopher Grey / August 24, 2017
The BBC should give us the facts on Brexit, not "even-handedness"
Chris Carter / August 23, 2017
Daily transactions add up to $7bn, and Bitcoin is increasingly being used as a recourse in times of political and economic turmoil. Is it time for governments to take action?
Danny Dorling / August 23, 2017
New statistics offer hope—but the accuracy of such figures is notoriously difficult to assess
Alison Garnham / August 21, 2017
Rising inflation will combine with crippling benefits cuts to push more children into poverty—unless the Chancellor acts in his autumn budget
Aarti Shankar / August 16, 2017
Much of yesterday’s “future partnership paper” was sensible—but some of its long-term proposals should be rejected
Jay Elwes / August 10, 2017
It has been a decade since the first signs of the financial crisis hit world markets. What does it tell us about today’s politics?
Adam Corlett / August 10, 2017
Typical Bangladeshi household incomes are £8,900 a year lower than the White British median