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Book reviews

What's on our bookshelf

Who Lost Russia? by Peter Conradi
A refreshing, polemic-free view of Russia
Utopia For Realists, by Rutger Bregman
Going against the political tide
A Man For All Markets, by Edward Thorp
An entertaining read for those who want to beat the markets
Theresa May: The Enigmatic Prime Minister, by Rosa Prince
Impressive, yet uninspiring induction to the world of Theresa May


That’s it – the low for sterling is in this time

The pound has gone as low against the dollar as it’s going to, says Dominic Frisby. We’re at a start of a new, multi-year bull market in sterling.

How the private sector works to help the public sector spend our money badly

Virgin Trains’ pretend standard-class ticket is very handy for those who prefer to travel first class but need to disguise that fact on their expense claims.

What to do as inflation returns

Inflation is back. And that’s bad news for savers and borrowers alike, says Merryn Somerset Webb.

It’s quiet out there. Too damn quiet

Driven by record amounts of money pouring in to exchange-traded funds, markets are starting to feel a little overheated, says John Stepek. Are we nearing the top?

Tired of elections? I’ve got some bad news for you

There’s a lot of talk at the moment about a snap general election before spring is out. John Stepek looks at what that would mean for investors.

Stick with Japan – it's cheap but it won't stay cheap

Japanese stocks are cheap – much cheaper than other developed markets. That won’t last, says Merryn Somerset Webb. So buy in now.

What the Dutch election results mean for European politics

Voters roundly rejected the populist politics of Geert Wilders in the Dutch general election. Matthew Partridge looks at what it means for both the Netherlands and for Europe.


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