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The Guardian: Economics

Greece may still be Europe’s sick patient, but the EU is at death’s door | Marina Prentoulis

Greece may still be Europe’s sick patient, but the EU is at death’s door | Marina Prentoulis

EU-imposed austerity is finally over for pauperised Greece – and it’s time for a rethink of the whole European projectGreece has entered a new, “normal” phase now that the formal lending agreement
UK reports biggest July budget surplus for 18 years

UK reports biggest July budget surplus for 18 years

Philip Hammond given more scope to increase NHS spending in autumn budgetBritain has recorded the biggest July budget surplus since the millennium, giving a boost to Philip Hammond as he considers
UK records biggest July budget surplus since 2000  - as it happened

UK records biggest July budget surplus since 2000 - as it happened

UK public finances better than expected........but factory order growth disappointsDollar slips after Trump lashes Federal ReserveGreece at the beginning of a new era - Tsipras 2.08pm BST It’s been a
Liam Fox's target for post-Brexit exports is wishful thinking | Larry Elliott

Liam Fox's target for post-Brexit exports is wishful thinking | Larry Elliott

The UK increasing overseas sales to 35% of GDP is a nice idea but too few British firms are onsideThe timing of the government’s latest export drive is far from accidental. With Theresa May intent on
Jeremy Hunt calls for fresh EU sanctions against Russia

Jeremy Hunt calls for fresh EU sanctions against Russia

UK foreign secretary will urge US president to tighten rules on online election advertisingJeremy Hunt is to urge the EU to stand shoulder to shoulder with the US administration by imposing more
Liam Fox to offer UK firms help to export more after Brexit

Liam Fox to offer UK firms help to export more after Brexit

Trade secretary hopes package of measures will transform UK into an ‘exporting superpower’Liam Fox is to unveil a plan intended to increase Britain’s exports after Brexit to 35% of GDP as his cabinet
Venezuela's plan to fight runaway inflation lacks key ingredients | Larry Elliott

Venezuela's plan to fight runaway inflation lacks key ingredients | Larry Elliott

Nicolás Maduro’s emergency package to tackle the problem looks doomed to failCountries suffering from an inflationary problem fall into three categories: the ones that have a sharply rising cost of
14m bolivars for a chicken: Venezuela hyperinflation explained

14m bolivars for a chicken: Venezuela hyperinflation explained

As South American country faces soaraway prices, what is hyperinflation and why is it bad for the economy? Venezuela is introducing economic reforms including new banknotes that lop five zeros off its
Venezuela devalues currency and raises minimum wage by 3,000%

Venezuela devalues currency and raises minimum wage by 3,000%

Caracas shears five zeros from bolívar, which will be pegged to new cryptocurrencyVenezuela moved to shore up its crumbling economy on Monday, devaluing its currency and preparing to raise the minimum
Why do American CEOs get paid so much? | James K Galbraith

Why do American CEOs get paid so much? | James K Galbraith

‘Let the market decide’ has been the mantra for decades. This dysfunction and inequality is the inevitable resultA new report from the Economic Policy Institute calls attention to the hardy perennial
EU says Greece can 'finally turn the page' as bailout ends

EU says Greece can 'finally turn the page' as bailout ends

‘The worst is over’ after eight very difficult years for the country, commissioner saysGreece has turned the page to become “a normal” member of the single currency, European Union authorities in
Greeks must reap benefits after their sacrifices, says EU's Mosovici - as it happened

Greeks must reap benefits after their sacrifices, says EU's Mosovici - as it happened

Greece is now able to raise money in markets after €289bn bailout endsFull report: Greece emerges from eurozone bailout 1.53pm BST Greece has turned the page to become “a normal” member of the single
Greece emerges from eurozone bailout after years of austerity

Greece emerges from eurozone bailout after years of austerity

Milestone unlikely to be celebrated by many households feeling effects of crippling debt repaymentsLive blog: Greece exits bailout programmeAfter years of tough austerity measures, Greece emerged on
It’ll take more than shopping to save our debt-addled economy | Chris Bickerton

It’ll take more than shopping to save our debt-addled economy | Chris Bickerton

Britain’s growth model is unsustainable, and has created scandalous levels of inequality – we should rely more on production, not consumptionThe British growth model is well and truly broken. If any
British manufacturing output slips to ninth globally behind France

British manufacturing output slips to ninth globally behind France

Data shows sector starved of investment and losing ground as Brexit uncertainty persistsBritain’s manufacturing industry has fallen to ninth in the world behind France, reversing a recovery in its
Greece's bailout is finally at an end – but has been a failure | Larry Elliott

Greece's bailout is finally at an end – but has been a failure | Larry Elliott

The strategy of austerity will have long-term consequences throughout EuropeAfter eight years, Greece will on Monday be deemed strong enough to stand on its own feet. The international bailout
Stop whining about ‘the politics of envy’. Executive pay is indefensible

Stop whining about ‘the politics of envy’. Executive pay is indefensible

Bosses now get paid 300 times what workers do. In the 60s, that ratio was far lower, and growth and investment were higherDefenders of the astronomical amounts routinely being trousered by leading
The UK’s creative industries are being choked off by bureaucracy

The UK’s creative industries are being choked off by bureaucracy

Fewer children will collect GCSEs in arts subjects this week, as education reforms stifle a sector also hit by petty regulationsThis week thousands of young people will learn how they performed in
Emerging markets: who's taking the biggest hits and why?

Emerging markets: who's taking the biggest hits and why?

Trump trade tariffs and higher borrowing costs are causing problems from Turkey to ChinaDonald Trump’s trade tariffs are causing tremors in global markets. Emerging economies from Turkey to China are