By Benjamin J. Butler
Do not say, "It is morning," and dismiss it with a name of yesterday. See it for the first time as a newborn child that has no name.
Rabindranath Tagore, Poet
For (London] homes worth more than £1.3m, the number of transactions is down 19 per cent compared with a year earlier, according to Knight Frank data based on the first seven months of the year. For property worth more than £3.3m, the drop is 25 per cent.
Six years after the world economy emerged from its broadest and deepest post-war recession, a return to robust and synchronized global expansion remains elusive.
Maurice Obstfeld, chief economist at the IMF, [admitting a global recession?]
I am sitting in an old room of the Old Postern building at the Darlington Estate. It's been here since 1380, I believe, and was the home of the Indian poet Tagore for some time. Now it's a ... Log in or subscribe to continue reading.
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