Powerful Economist front cover depicts Ukraine violence
06 March 2022 | 6:18 am
We look at some evocative front pages from British weekly The Economist and French daily Libération. But first, French President Emmanuel Macron announces his re-election bid in next month's presidential election in France. His announcement is not a surprise, but is overshadowed by continued bloodshed in Ukraine.
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U.S. economist Richard Thaler, known for his work in behavioural economics, takes home the Nobel Economic Prize.
18 Feb 2018
Emirates NBD Chief Economist Tim Fox discusses market concerns around U.S. Federal Reserve interest rate hikes.
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Stephen Stanley, chief economist at Amherst Pierpont, explains why he sees U.S. economic growth sliding back to 2 percent over the next few years.
9 Jan 2019
Diana Choyleva, chief economist at Enodo Economics, discusses deglobalization and the fallout of U.S.-China trade issues.
12 Jan 2019
John Ryding, chief economist and founding partner at RDQ Economics, discusses the reasons why Brexit needs to be delayed.
25 May 2019
The Economist Intelligence Unit says it expects Ghana’s budget deficit to slip beyond 5 per cent in 2020 being an election year adding that the country’s economic growth between this year and 2023 will be driven predominantly by the hydrocarbons sector, with a continued expected ramping up of oil and gas production. Nathan Hayes, Ghana Analyst for Economic Intelligence Unit joins CNBC Africa to unpack the report.
9 Jun 2019
Michael Gapen, chief U.S. economist at Barclays, examines the U.S. May jobs report.
18 Jun 2019
One of China's biggest state-run infrastructure companies has decided to exclude UBS from a bond deal. A senior economist at the Swiss bank sparked a furor in China after he used the phrase "Chinese pig."
24 Aug 2019
Sudan transition: Economist Abdalla Hamdok sworn in as Sudan's new prime minister
24 Oct 2019
Helen Qiao, a chief greater China economist at Bank of America, discusses China’s economy, PBOC stimulus, and the boosting of imports of U.S. consumer goods. Marc Chandler, a global forex managing partner at Bannockburn, joins the conversation on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
23 Nov 2019
Macron suggests to the 'The Economist' that NATO is dead
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German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is in Niger, continuing a three-country tour of Africa. One of the main motivations is that Germany is interested in new sources of energy. We get analysis from Dr. Douglas Yates of the American Graduate School in Paris. Also, as Hassan Sheikh Mohamud is sworn in as president of Somalia, we take a look at the challenges ahead for him. Elsewhere, it's been a year since the explosion of Mount Nyiragongo near Goma in eastern DR Congo, with many still homeless as a result.
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Austria is dropping its mask wearing mandate for the time being — but expects the measure to be reintroduced after the summer. Swedish officials are also preparing for a new infection spike in autumn. Follow DW for more.
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British coin producer, The Royal Mint, unveiled its £5 coin on Monday (May 23) engraved with Prince William's portrait, in honour of the Duke of Cambridge's 40th birthday on June 21.
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Where do you get oil and gas if you want to end dependence on Russia? Germany imported more than 500,000 barrels of crude oil from Russia every day in 2020. In theory, Iran could step in. But it's complicated.