Economics and Politics
Rupert Murdoch’s new weekend tabloid, the Sun on Sunday, claimed a few weeks ago that the Scottish ‘day of destiny’, where the Scottish people vote on the question of independence, would be on 18th October, 2014.
This has brought the question of independence into focus and in particular the economic consequences of an independent Scotland. Much has been said over the question of whether an independent Scotland would be better off, but is there a definitive answer?
The headline arguments have been debated at length by many clever people and this post does not ...
In the last month the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, has been urging bondholders to reach an agreement over the extent of the write-downs of Greek sovereign debt, in order for Greece to receive another tranche of EU-IMF funding. Without the support, Greece will default on its debts ...
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