Global economy not as healthy as it looks

By Hugo Dixon
January 25, 2011

By Hugo Dixon
The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

India needs solution to $1.5 trillion puzzle

By Hugo Dixon
January 24, 2011

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India can’t afford to be soft on corruption

By Hugo Dixon
January 14, 2011

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India is behind curve on inflation

By Hugo Dixon
January 10, 2011

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Can you buck the markets?

By Hugo Dixon
December 7, 2010

The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

It’s the funding, stupid

By Hugo Dixon
November 29, 2010

The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

The world is wasting a good crisis

By Hugo Dixon
November 22, 2010

Rahm Emanuel, President Barack Obama’s former chief of staff, popularized the motto that one shouldn’t waste a good crisis. But there is a severe risk that this is precisely what the world has been doing by being excessively soft in bailing out banks and countries since Lehman Brothers went bust in 2008.

UK bank pay collusion would be least bad solution

By Hugo Dixon
November 15, 2010

The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

Letter from the Editor

By Hugo Dixon
October 25, 2010

Reuters Breakingviews is more used to commenting on other organisations’ behaviour than to having its own actions put under the microscope. But in the last week, as a result of retroactive disclaimers we made to a series of articles in order to clarify potential conflicts of interest, we have rightly been under scrutiny.

Asia should grab hot IPO money while it lasts

By Hugo Dixon
October 12, 2010

Hot money is the bugbear of policy makers in many developing economies. Just ask Brazil or, indeed, Thailand, which has just imposed a 15 percent withholding tax on interest and capital gains earned by foreign investors on Thai bonds.