Hedge funds appear to be in terminal decline. Matthew Lynn explains why the markets will be a healthier place without them.
Articles written by Matthew Lynn
With rapid economic growth and accelerating inflation, the Bank of England’s latest interest-rate cut may soon look like a mistake, says Matthew Lynn.
German banks’ collapsing share prices tells you something nasty is going on, says Matthew Lynn. And it may burst into the open at any time.
Despite there being so many global problems, don’t discount this stockmarket rally becoming the longest ever, says Matthew Lynn.
Markets are usually full of all sorts of nonsense, says Matthew Lynn. But following Britain’s vote to leave the EU, investors need to be especially on their toes this summer.
Most economists are so personally committed to staying in the EU that they disregard all the facts and forecast disaster if we leave, says Matthew Lynn.
At the moment, EFTA is a group of wealthy but not very important nations. But if Britain joins, it could be a major economic force, says Matthew Lynn.
Thickets of rules are often used to keep small companies down, says Matthew Lynn. It’s time corporate bullying was dealt with once and for all.
Overzealous investors may well flee stocks if Britain votes out, says Matthew Lynn – just the opportunity for canny investors to snap up some bargains.
The Universal Basic Income is the latest radical idea to gain some currency among political campaigners. Matthew Lynn explains why it wouldn’t work.