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Goodbye 2017 And Hello 2018
Before I set out my thoughts on 2018, we must rake over financial coals of the last 12 months.
European Union
9 Jan 2018
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Our Financial Place In Europe
In the dim and distant past when studying law for my banking diploma, I came across an 1892 case involving the "carbolic smoke ball".
Gibraltar
6 Jun 2016
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Fair Winds And Following Seas In 2016?
Where does the time go? As you read this article, dear reader, we will have just said goodbye to 2015 and moved into the second half of this decade – already!
Gibraltar
8 Jan 2016
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Mrs Rock's Dilemma
Regular readers will recall that, as Christmas approaches, this column pays its annual visit to dear old Mrs Rock, who is generally mightily confused about the financial aspects of life.
Gibraltar
3 Dec 2015
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Looking Back At The Financial News
So, The Gibraltar Magazine has completed its twentieth year of continuous publication. Two decades would be an impressive achievement in almost any epoch but, given the digital tsunami that has swept over the publishing terrain in this particular era, it is most definitely something to celebrate.
Gibraltar
7 Oct 2015
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The Budget Speech 2015, Delving Into The Budgetary Briefcase
One of the most enduring impressions for visitors to Gibraltar is its Britishness. And it's not just the red post and telephone boxes.
Gibraltar
11 Sep 2015
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Goodbye To 2014 And A Warm Finance Column Hello To 2015!
This is the time of year when newspapers are full of stories reviewing events and trends over the past 12 months and forecasting what might lie in store for us over the next 12 months.
UK
9 Jan 2015
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How Deep Is The Green?
A discussion which ascertains whether the global economy is improving.
Gibraltar
11 Jul 2013
9
The Price Of Hidden Costs
It may be very popular to have public holidays off, particularly as the weather turns warmer here in the southern Mediterranean, but there is a cost to business, and therefore to the economy, that may not be immediately obvious.
Gibraltar
11 Jul 2013
10
2013 - Just Another New Year?
In recent years, I have used my January article to try to make some sense of the year that has just passed and to posit some suggestions – which of course stop short of being precise predictions that I may have cause to regret – for the 12 months ahead.
European Union
9 Jan 2013
11
The Financial Puzzle
As we approach the middle of the final quarter of 2012, one has to say that the economic outlook is still a gloomy one – even for a born optimist such as myself.
Worldwide
15 Nov 2012
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Taming The Lion
Last month I discussed the "BRIC" countries and what makes that group of the four leading emerging economies (Brazil, Russia, India and China) so important to today’s world economy.
Worldwide
5 Sep 2012
13
Investing In Today’s Uncertain Climate.
People reading my piece last month about the state of the world's economy may have detected a more pessimistic tone than in previous issues.
Hong Kong
11 Jun 2012
14
The World PLC Is Unwell
Before anyone gets the wrong idea – this is after all the Finance Column – I’m not about to stray into areas medical, psychological or spiritual.
Worldwide
10 May 2012
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Looking Back At 2010 - And Forward To 2011
It’s traditional at the turn of the year to look back at the 12 months just gone and do some pondering.
European Union
16 Feb 2011
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