European Union

Macro
Peter Wilmshurst

There remain as many potential scenarios around Brexit now as there was two and a half years ago when the British voted for Brexit. Its still uncertain exactly what the May government wants, and exactly what the EU governments are willing to agree with. So, we sit here with all... Show More

Antipodes Partners

The European Union (EU) has often been described as an economic impossibility, however a conclusive and over-looked fact remains, that since the birth of the Euro, the EU has produced a better growth outcome than the US and Japan (Chart 1). Show More

Paul Hennessy

Populism hit the headlines a year ago when the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU), and it has cast a shadow over many political events since then. My colleague, political economist Talha Khan, discusses what could be in store for Europe, considers the effects on the US with... Show More