China has emerged as the most significant winner from the global financial crisis. At the end of 2008, many questioned whether China would achieve its growth target of 8 per cent in 2009. Who now dares to do so?, asks Martin Wolf
A new opportunity for the over 50s to pump more money into tax-free savings, how to make money from the stockmarket rallys and good news for those in debt as one fo the biggest banks finally cuts the penalty fees it charges customers
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The rescue of the financial system, unprecedented monetary easing and fiscal expansion have indeed put a floor under the world economy. But it is too early for the Group of 20 leading economies to pat themselves on the back, argues Martin Wolf
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