Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, The Telegraph

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

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Past articles by Ambrose:

Henry Kissinger: Ukraine must give Russia territory

Former US Secretary of State warns against the defeat of Putin as Western unity on sanctions frays badly → Read More

The world’s financial system is entering dangerous waters again, warns guru of the Lehman crisis

Columbia professor Adam Tooze: ‘We don't know what is going to break until it does, but there are a lot of reasons to worry’ → Read More

Trump strips US Fed of emergency credit powers in latest scorched-earth move

The outgoing administration has suspended some of the Federal Reserve's powers to lend during a crisis → Read More

EU climate plan sets stage for an explosive rise in carbon prices

The game may not yet be over for fossil fuels in Europe, but their epitaph is already being scratched on the wall → Read More

Fund that called the last two crashes starts to short global stock markets

GMO, co-founded by Jeremy Grantham, says shares should be much cheaper given the ongoing 'extreme uncertainty' and calls out market euphoria → Read More

Europe’s level playing field has disintegrated

North and South are pursuing radically different policies that will influence the shape of Europe after the pandemic is over​ → Read More

Macron issues ultimatum to Europe's German bloc: cough up Covid trillions or lose the single market

European leaders have dodged their "moment of truth". → Read More

Italy's 'true' death rate is a warning for Britons who want to call off our Covid-19 lockdown

The Italian federation of doctors has a message for those who build castles in the air based on theoretical modelling of Covid-19, and for those credulous enough to base policy on such models. → Read More

EU project in ‘mortal danger’ if Italy and Spain are abandoned

Germany's refusal to embrace 'coronabonds' amid the crisis could threaten the European Union's very survival → Read More

Downgrade warnings raise fears of European bank nationalisations

Moody’s has issued a downgrade alert for most of the European banking system, warning of a slump in profits and a surge in bad debts despite emergency measures across the eurozone. → Read More

While America goes nuclear, paralysed Europe has become the greatest threat to the global financial system

America has mobilized for total economic war. → Read More

The moment when monetary ‘shock and awe’ finally fails has arrived: what do we do next?

The world’s central banks have exhausted almost all their usable ammunition under existing rules yet still failed to calm markets or to unfreeze critical parts of the global financial system. → Read More

An anguished cry from the NHS front line: coronavirus is about to explode among medical staff

Like many other Telegraph journalists, I have received a number of emails from well-informed doctors and medical staff working at the front of the NHS. → Read More

World needs a 'G20 moment' to stop financial turmoil turning seriously dangerous

The dramatic exodus of funds from emerging markets over recent days exceeds the worst capital flight of 2008 and is fast morphing into worldwide contagion, the top banking watchdog has warned. → Read More

Sunak and Carney have shamed Europe and the world into emergency coronavirus action

Britain’s institutions have delivered a combined monetary and fiscal stimulus of breathtaking panache, each reinforcing the other for maximum effect in a textbook display of timely coordination. → Read More

Fears mount that Italy will require a jumbo global bail-out to stem broader financial contagion

Italy needs a precautionary rescue of up to $700bn from the US and the major powers to head off the danger of a global crisis, a bail-out veteran from the International Monetary Fund has warned. → Read More

Coronavirus threatens a global credit crunch and a cascade of bond downgrades

A swath of highly indebted companies face an incipient funding shock and risk being shut out of the capital markets as the COVID-19 epidemic mushrooms into global crisis, Standard & Poor’s has warned. → Read More

Central bankers have no power against the economic tornado of coronavirus

Central banks have met their match. → Read More

'Dominoes falling' in global shipping as coronavirus continues to grip China's economy

Container shipping from Chinese ports has collapsed since the outbreak of coronavirus and has yet to show any sign of recovery, threatening weeks of chaos for manufacturing supply lines and the broader structure of global trade. → Read More

Barnier's environmental and labour demands are a sham: Britain should stop trying to negotiate with the EU

EU’s stance of being the model for everything has been trashed – it’s time for UK to rejoin world trade → Read More