Shark-Infested Waters: Mozambique and International Borrowing

Lucy James | Posted 09.07.2016 | UK
Lucy James

When Mozambique celebrated the 40 year anniversary of independence on 25 June, it was a time for reflection on the gains and losses made by the country which has experienced rapid shifts from civil conflict, to democratic consolidation and exponential economic growth driven by commodity discoveries. A mark of how far Mozambique has come since 1975 was demonstrated last year, when it undertook its first voyage in to international debt markets.

'Speed Is Of The Essence': PM's Eurozone Warning Before Merkel Meeting

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 07.06.2012 | UK Politics

David Cameron will today press Germany for speedy action to deal with the crisis in the eurozone as he flies to Berlin for talks with chancellor Angel...

Growth Versus Austerity - Not Anymore for the UK, Prime Minister

Iain Anderson | Posted 18.07.2012 | UK Politics
Iain Anderson

Something really extraordinary has happened this week. In his speech to the IOD in Manchester, the prime minister has fashioned a new narrative for his government's economic agenda. Before jetting off to the G8 in the US, he has talked of austerity WITH stimulus for the first time - and seems to have consigned to the political dustbin that 'binary choice' rhetoric of his first two years in government. With low to no growth in the UK, Camp David may prove to be an appropriately named location for one D Cameron. Is he now pitching his tent on new political ground? I'm fascinated.

The Only way to Resolve the Euro crisis

Jean-Marc Trouille | Posted 27.11.2011 | UK Politics
Jean-Marc Trouille

Throughout this summer, the Eurozone has been navigating in stormy waters, with only remote hope that the volatility of financial markets might calm down in the Autumn.

Timothy Geithner Urges EU Leaders To End 'Loose Talk' Over Crisis

Huffington Post UK | Posted 16.11.2011 | UK Politics

US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has urged European governments and the central bank to "work together" to restore stability as Washington grows...

German Chancellor Angela Merkel Against Euro Bonds, For Closer Union

Reuters | Posted 21.10.2011 | UK

Germany strongly rejected mounting calls for the euro zone to issue joint debt at the weekend, but signalled it was open for the bloc to move towards ...

FTSE Falls Again As ECB Economist Comes Out Against Eurobonds

The Huffington Post UK | Chris Wimpress | Posted 19.10.2011 | UK

The FTSE has slipped below the 5000 mark once again as investors talk of a growing crisis of confidence in the world economy and fears for another sig...