Economic Archive

How a Cheesegrater can pay pensions

Paul Brundage Economic attachés learned how one of the most iconic new buildings in the City will eventually pay the pensions of municipal workers halfway…

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From coffee shop to global insurer

After a tour of the famous ‘Inside Out’ Lloyd’s building (to see photos...

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UK economy ‘heading for catasrophe’

AERL President Georg Karabaczek thanks IEA Director Mark Littlewood...

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Could digital currency be an answer to boom and bust?

Bank of England researcher Michael Kumhof and AERL Chairman Nichola...

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Should envoys be more anti-social?

Dave King (left) and Charlie Bain of Digitalis with AERL Chairman N...

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AERL visits Bank of England

London’s economic attachés were given a privileged tour of the Bank of...

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AERL visits City ‘Bullring’

Economic attachés witnessed the thrill of trading on the London Met...

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Euro is ‘holding back’ world economy

Roger Bootle didn’t pull his punches in his outlook for 2015 The E...

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Cyber is future for defence industry

Bob Keen of BAE Spending cuts have created a challenging economic ...

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City watchdog grows new teeth

Nicolas Herbert-Young of the Financial Conduct Authority AERL memb...

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