The Great Debate UK

from Reuters Investigates:

An economic giant’s Achilles heel

December 16, 2010

A year ago, Nick Carey went on a road trip around America for a project called "Route to Recovery" that took him to places hit hardest by the recession. Nick went to Saginaw, Michigan, this time for a follow-up special report on the manufacturing sector and structural unemployment: "Is America the sick man of the globe?"

from The Great Debate:

A painful holiday’s end for Europe

August 24, 2010

Europe's long summer holiday still has a week to run but this year's reentry will bring with it evidence that very little progress has been made on the issues that threaten to rend the currency union and upend the global economy.

Weak UK recovery argues for consensus on cuts

April 26, 2010

– Ian campbellCampbell is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own –

Worst is over for U.S. job losses

October 13, 2009

Kurt Karl-Kurt Karl is chief U.S. economist for Swiss Re. The opinions expressed are his own.-

from MacroScope:

London-Basel express

September 6, 2009

Having wrapped up the two-day get-together in London, G20 central bankers moved down to the Swiss city of Basel (I counted central bank governors and officials from at least 9 countries onboard the same flight) to discuss more about the global economy for a two-day meeting.

The economy: reasons to be miserable

June 2, 2009

Laurence Copeland- Laurence Copeland is a professor of finance at Cardiff University Business School. The opinions expressed are his own. -