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By Jim O'Neill - Aug 08,2020
LONDON — In an April commentary about the wild gyrations in financial markets during the February-March phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, I noted that the behaviour of equity markets had been as bewildering, complex and fascinating as ever.
By Jim O'Neill - Jul 18,2020
LONDON — Earlier this month, the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers & Associations (IFPMA) launched a nearly $1 billion AMR (antimicrobial resistance) Action Fund to support the development of desperately needed new antibiotics.
By Jim O'Neill - Jul 11,2020
LONDON — Since March, I have been more open than other commentators to the possibility of a “V-shaped” recovery from the pandemic-induced downturn (though I have also consistently warned of structural challenges facing many economies in the decade ahead).
By Jim O'Neill - Jun 13,2020
LONDON — I recently re-read and reflected on everything I have written for Project Syndicate since the start of this year. Two commentaries, in particular, stood out.
By Jim O'Neill - Feb 04,2019
WASHINGTON, DC — For most of the past decade, the growing spending power of China’s expanding middle class has fuelled the global economy.
By Jim O'Neill - Nov 11,2018
LONDON — Under Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon, the United Kingdom will leave the European Union on March 29, 2019.
By Jim O'Neill - Oct 22,2018
LONDON — Despite political turmoil and emerging risks at the global level, the eurozone has had two years of strong economic growth, at least by its own historically disappointing standards, and even with the United Kingdom lurching toward withdrawal from the European Union.
By Jim O'Neill - Sep 12,2018
LONDON — Much will be said about the tenth anniversary of the 2008 financial crisis, so I will focus on the global economy, which has not been nearly as weak as many seem to think.According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the rate of real (inflation-adjusted) world GDP
By Jim O'Neill - Aug 16,2018
LONDON — Turkey’s falling currency and deteriorating financial conditions lend credence, at least for some people, to the notion that “a crisis is a terrible thing to waste”.
By Jim O'Neill - Jul 16,2018
LONDON — At the start of 2018, most of the world economy was experiencing a synchronised cyclical recovery that seemed to herald a longer period of sustainable growth and an end to the decade-long hangover from the 2008 slump.


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