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Opinion

The elusive benefits of flexible exchange rates

Flexible exchange rates do not cushion the economy from shocks, but they have other benefits

14 December 2017
Features

Foreign exchange rate volatility

Discovering why the pound collapsed on the night of 23 June

2 September 2016
Opinion

Global Review 2014

Essays from finance leaders, economists, presidents and Pulitzer prize winners

14 August 2014
Opinion

The changing face of global risk

Nouriel Roubini assesses the way global risk has changed post-crisis

15 August 2014
Opinion

Why the hung parliament spells economic turbulence for Britain

Markets hate uncertainty and the economic data reflects the turbulent nature of UK politics, says Mike Ellington

14 June 2017
News

S&P reassure on AAA rating for UK

Credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s has said that the UK will keep its AAA credit rating

30 July 2012
Features

Central banks bump politics... for the time being

In 2017, currency volatility sparked by central bank actions and interventions will become more pronounced

27 July 2017
Opinion

The economists who stole Christmas

A cheeky take on the clash of economic ideologies – how might opposing camps’ representatives view gift-giving at Christmas?

2 January 2018
Features

How to save money and risk

Ways to save on importing, exporting and transferring funds, from FXcompared MD

12 May 2015
News

Switzerland probes banks over forex

WEKO opens investigation into possible manipulation of foreign exchange rates

31 March 2014

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