Nobody is talking about making Britain attractive to business in this election campaign, says Matthew Lynn. That is sure to be a costly mistake.
Articles written by Matthew Lynn
Warren Buffett is arguably the world’s greatest investor. But now even he can’t find anything to buy. Maybe you should hang fire too, says Matthew Lynn.
The Tories can put some genuinely radical policies into their manifesto without worrying about losing votes, says Matthew Lynn. Here, he picks five good places to start.
Reducing the tax burden on the less well-off is a good way to boost economic growth, says Matthew Lynn.
Elections have created a lot of hype, says Matthew Lynn. But investors should ignore the hype and focus their attention elsewhere.
Even the most mundane industries can be reinvented with a little smart marketing, says Matthew Lynn. The results can be hugely profitable for investors.
There is nothing pro-business about letting a small group of CEOs take far larger rewards than their shareholders or their staff, says Matthew Lynn.
So long as the Russian economy remains a basket case, Vladimir Putin poses no real threat, says Matthew Lynn.
Taxi-hailing app Uber is running into all sorts of trouble, says Matthew Lynn. Listing on the stock market will give it the discipline it needs.
Regardless of what action the European Union takes, British business should fight for free trade, says Matthew Lynn.