Sanctions are the West's key weapon in the fight against Putin, but there are signs that Russia’s economy and financial system is weathering the storm better than expected. The rouble has already bounced back and Russia has been able to continue to service its debts, with only minor hiccups. A closer look however reveals that … Continue reading Are sanctions on Russia failing?
Brexit is not to blame for the surge in UK inflation
Ouch! It looks increasingly likely that the headline measure of consumer price inflation is going to start with a '9' in April...
When facts change, fiscal policy should change too
Putin’s murderous assault on the people of Ukraine is a threat to peace and security worldwide. But someone also has to worry about the impact on the UK economy. The fallout should prompt a rethink of the response to the cost of living crisis and the tax hikes planned for April. The catastrophe in Ukraine … Continue reading When facts change, fiscal policy should change too