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Grace Blakeley is the New Statesman’s economics commentator and a research fellow at IPPR.
Is US hegemony really under threat?
Depreciation of sterling gives policymakers the chance to confront the deep-seated structural problems in the economy.
Eleven years on from the crisis of 2008, we are entering a co-ordinated global slowdow, and policymakers must not be complacent.
Right-wing populism is a symptom of a crumbling capitalist order that no longer promises a better future for most people.
An overvalued currency suppresses demand in the domestic economy by making our exports less competitive and encouraging consumers to rely on imports.
In explaining why labour markets aren’t working, the book identifies a number of deep-seated flaws in modern capitalism.
Low unemployment and high spending on public services give workers more confidence to argue for the pay they deserve.
Deutsche Bank once hoped to compete with the US banking giants, but after a decade of scandals and wrong turns, it is making a last-ditch effort to survive.
Financial markets are too short-termist to assess the overvaluation of energy assets.
A no-deal Brexit is to Johnson and Hunt what the financial crisis was to Cameron and Osborne – an opportunity to rebalance power and wealth in society away from labour and towards capital.