Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

Comment - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

With luck it will help to vindicate the fathers of liberal government and the free market in the 17th and 18th Centuries, falsely accused until now of abetting - or promoting - the great crime of race-based African slavery.

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Comment - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

Any country that has failed to lock in a self-sustaining recovery by now must expect to pay the price for ...

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Comment - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

If demography is destiny, it may be clear within five years that ageing Germany is going the way of Japan. ...

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Comment - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

The IMF's Article IV report on China states - as clearly as the IMF dares - that excess credit has ...

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Comment - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

Some feared this might happen in 1998 when Russia defaulted and East Asia’s currency crisis span out of control, a ...

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"Abenomics is working," says Klaus Baader, from Societe Generale. The economy has roared back to life with growth of 4pc ...

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Anarchist comedian Beppe Grillo – patron of the Five Star bloc in parliament – called the shadowy manouevres that led ...

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Comment - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

Columbia Professor Michael Woodford, the world's most closely followed monetary theorist, says it is time to come clean and state ...

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Something snapped in the Italian psyche last week after the European Central Bank offered nothing to combat the credit crunch ...

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Comment - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

Anybody with serious banking exposure to any EMU state on the front line of Europe's macro-economic crisis now knows what ...

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Comment - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

Much of the money has gone into debt, with falling economic returns. This is the next shoe to drop in ...

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Comment - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

It has set off an emerging market shock and risks "blowback" from a fresh spasm of the eurozone debt crisis, ...

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Comment - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

None of Euroland’s key actors seems willing to admit that the current strategy is untenable. They hope to paper over ...

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Comment - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

The latest figures from Eurostat are shocking even to those who never believed that combined fiscal and monetary contraction – ...

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Comment - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

The rhythm is as old as mankind. It is poignantly described Nobel laureate Halldór Laxness through the life of an ...

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Comment - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

Nor should they after stoking a global bubble and then tightening just as the money supply was collapsing in mid-2008.

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Comment - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

The Fed will buy a further $40bn (£25bn) of mortgage bonds each month until the jobs market improves “substantially”, and ...

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Newspapers may soon have to re-open their Tokyo bureaux, shut down long ago when the investment bubble burst and one ...

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Comment - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

The US, Japan, Britain, as well as the Swiss, Scandies, and a string of states around the world, are actively ...

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Comment - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

If reports from the Hong Kong press and China's blogosphere are correct, a remarkable upset has occurred on the eve ...

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