The Economist is perhaps one of the best periodicals I have ever come across. Its in-depth, balanced and independent views are an invaluable source of reference on economic issues of world concern.
When the whole world is still in cold chill over the recent financial meltdown, The Economist timely came out with a comprehensive report on the world economy.
The report touches on the re-regulation of the world finance, the real lessons from volatile commodity prices, the cause of today's mess, the role of emerging economies in changing the shape of global finance and the shift of the world balance.
The above issues are pertinent to all of us. What we are experiencing would definitely go into history to be remembered as a turning point in the world economy.