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Britain is a 'crisis economy', says Mark Carney
Mark Carney, the incoming Bank of England Governor, has described the UK as a “crisis economy” as he sought to play down hopes that he could ride to the country’s rescue.
Cyprus bail-out vote stirs fresh jitters as slump fears grow in Europe
Cyprus has stunned EU officials by ordering a vote in its parliament on the terms of the EU-IMF Troika bailout for the country, risking a rejection by angry lawmakers and a fresh eruption of the crisis.
The IMF is flunking the financial crisis
Why did nobody see this coming, the Queen asked of the financial crisis some years ago. Today, her question would be only slightly different: if all you economists are so clever, why, more than five years into the crisis and with no end in sight, are you still debating solutions?
While welcome, don't bet big on America's housing recovery
After a winter of hibernation, buyers and sellers gravitate to estate agents as if they are following a seasonal rhythm all of their own. You do not need to be on a British high street to observe the ritual.
UK business lending falls by £4.8bn
Lending to UK businesses plummeted by almost £5bn between December and February, data showed on Friday, highlighting a growing disconnection between the impact of the Government's £80bn flagship lending scheme on individuals and corporates.
ECB should limit amount of liquidity in the eurozone, says Wolfgang Schaeuble
The European Central Bank should try to limit the amount of the liquidity in the eurozone, Germany's finance minister has said, as he warned that pumping money into crisis hit economies would not create growth if they were not matched by reforms.
Taxpayer risks 'large losses' over housing push, MPs warn George Osborne
The British taxpayer risks “large losses” over the Government’s commitment of billions of pounds to get the housing market moving, the Treasury Committee warned, threatening the Chancellor with a major blow to his credibility.
IMF steps up call for Osborne to slow down austerity plans as row escalates
A row between George Osborne and the International Monetary Fund over Britain’s economic strategy has escalated after the fund’s deputy managing director joined those urging the Chancellor to consider slowing down his austerity plans.
Allow the private sector to truly flourish
The idea is that growth before the financial crisis was too dependent on financial services and consumer spending.
Economy needs to spend, lend and change to recover
It is not the triple dip that we should focus on, but that the economy is suffering from a triple whammy of a lack of demand, a lack of lending and a lack of confidence, argues Gerard Lyons, chief economic advisor to Boris Johnson.
George Osborne should take on the mighty IMF
What a difference two years make. It was in the sunny surrounds of the Treasury in the summer of 2011 that George Osborne listened with deliberately intense interest to John Lipsky, the deputy director of the International Monetary Fund.
A sitter for Miliband, but he still can’t score
Even by the standards of a politician who is used to confronting adversity, last week was unusually grim for George Osborne. Setting aside tears at Baroness Thatcher’s funeral, economic developments at home and abroad were enough to make the Chancellor weep.
Focus on commodity prices, not on the sideshow of GDP figures
Thursday will see publication of an economic indicator of unusual significance, at least for political comment and popular discussion – the GDP figures for the first quarter of this year.
High euro is crippling growth, says Oleg Deripaska
The euro is trading at an inexplicably high rate to the dollar, preventing eurozone nations from finding growth, says Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska.
Super-rich taxed £220m more
The taxman collected an extra £220m from Britain’s super-rich last year, thanks to a new taskforce set up to pursue high-earning tax avoiders.
Income squeeze worsens as Osborne faces crunch week
There was more bad news for George Osborne ahead of Thursday’s release of closely-watched GDP figures, as new research shows that the squeeze on household finances has started to intensify.
Focus on tax ignores Google's role in creating jobs, says Eric Schmidt
Google's executive chairman has urged the country to consider the wider economic impact of Google's UK business.
Angela Merkel: 'Europe has the last word in certain areas'
Countries in the eurozone must accept that Europe “has the last word” and need to work together more closely if the continent is to avoid going into decline, German chancellor Angela Merkel has warned.
Blankfein tells UK to 'stay course' on austerity
Lloyd Blankfein, the chief executive of leading investment bank Goldman Sachs, has backed George Osborne's austerity drive, telling him to "stay the course".
George Osborne: I am not 'panicking' about the economy
Mr Osborne said that the British economy still “faces very serious economic challenges” but denied that a series of recent criticisms from independent experts had left him concerned.
Britain's budget deficit falls - reaction
Britain's budget deficit fell slightly last year, according to the latest UK public finance data from the Office for National Statistics. Here are some expert views.
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