Is Germany’s economic strength an illusion of figures?
Germany’s current account surplus is not the great evil Donald Trump proclaims, but it might be a sign the country needs to consider investing in infrastructure and public services
20 Jul 2017
Why UK graduates are the most indebted in the developed world
An IFS report has found the mounting cost of UK tuition fees has left three-quarters of students saddled with debt, creating risks for the UK economy
5 Jul 2017
Greece pledges to cut deficit
Greece’s three-year fiscal consolidation plan targets a budget deficit of 2.8 percent of GDP in 2012, the finance minister has announced. Greece, whose fiscal ills have prompted ratings downgrades and higher borrowing costs, is under pressure from markets and EU peers to take drastic action to restore its public finances. “According to the plan, the […]