Frances Coppola

Frances Coppola

Financial economist, author and blogger.

Frances Coppola is a renowned financial economist, author, and blogger. She has a diverse background that spans from music to finance. Although she originally trained as a musician and singer, she has made significant contributions to the field of finance and economics. Here are some highlights of her career:

  • Experience in Banking: Frances worked in banking for 17 years and has an MBA from Cass Business School in London, where she specialized in financial risk management.
  • Coppola Comment Blog: She is the author of the “Coppola Comment” finance and economics blog, which is a regular feature on the Financial Times’s Alphaville blog and has been quoted by major publications like The Economist, the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Guardian.
  • Media Contributions: Frances is an Associate Editor at the online magazine Pieria and a frequent commentator on financial matters for the BBC. She also writes for Forbes and has been a columnist for Coindesk.
  • Author: She has written extensively on financial and economic topics, including a book titled “The Case for People’s Quantitative Easing” which discusses central banks’ roles in fighting climate change.

Frances Coppola continues to share her expertise through various media outlets, providing insights into the complexities of finance and economics.

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UK Budget - Fiscal Headroom Or Financial Headache?
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UK Budget - Fiscal Headroom Or Financial Headache?

It’s a question taxing Jeremy Hunt - cut back on what we all pay to the government, or use his small surplus to prop up schools, hospitals and other neglected public services? Is his budget intended to rescue the UK economy, or to try to lessen an imminent Tory election defeat? Frances Coppola, the ...