Author: Martin Wolf

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Brexit will be nasty, brutish and long. There are five key challenges ahead. [Read More]
A system built on making promises it cannot keep is bound to crash, and crash again... [Read More]
Economic nationalism and protectionism didn't work in the 1930s – it won't work now... [Read More]
Britain will leave the EU and the only question is on what and whose terms? [Read More]
India has some major obstacles to overcome to become global economic power... [Read More]
What Modi has done makes everything Trumps has done so far look trivial... [Read More]
Stagnating wages and a return to inflation measn the less well off willl be hit the hardest... [Read More]
We are hoping a Chinese communist can persuade Trump of the merits of liberal trade... [Read More]
Democracy is in trouble, big trouble, and weak and self-interested leadership is to blame... [Read More]
Europe's heavyweight needs to understand that its part of a club... [Read More]
Referendum is not about sovereignty. It is about how best to exercise the country's power. And that is best done in the EU... [Read More]
Turbulence in emerging economies such as China will be felt around the world... [Read More]
There are three things to worry about: wars, inflation shocks and financial crises... [Read More]
COP21 accord goes further than expected a year ago but not as far as it needs to... [Read More]
US years ahead of EU in recovery and so at a different stage of monetary policy cycle... [Read More]
From the refugee crisis to the Ukraine to Greece and Brexit, the EU's is beset by problems... [Read More]
Tags: EU - Ukraine - Greece
If it were to happen, a decision by the Fed to tighten now would look downright foolish... [Read More]
After nearly seven years of zero interest rates, the inflation of which critics warned is invisible... [Read More]
Martin Wolf: Federal Reserve has to walk tight line on US monetary policy... [Read More]
Martin Wolf: Theresa May promised strength and stability – she has delivered the opposite... [Read More]
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