Whether the Bank of England decides to raise interest rates or not, it can’t win, says Matthew Lynn.
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Politicians are the last people who should be allowed to reform the banking industry, says Matthew Lynn.
If London can’t attract the next two or three high-profile tech floats, it never will, says Matthew Lynn.
It’s not government regulation that raises living standards, says Matthew Lynn. It’s competition.
In what will probably be his last proper budget before the 2015 election, George Osborne should push through measures that will be virtually impossible for Labour to reverse, says Matthew Lynn.
Britain must make the most of shale oil and gas, says Matthew Lynn – if only to lessen our energy dependence on Russia.
The Bank of England needs to raise interest rates soon, says Matthew Lynn. Because the longer it leaves it, the harder it’s going to be.
The City should go back to what it used to do well, says Matthew Lynn – and forget about investment banking.
Many high-quality firms are coming to the market this year, says Matthew Lynn. The City should seize the opportunity to create a new generation of active shareholders.
That idea the PPI scandal has somehow spurred on Britain’s economic recovery is utter rubbish, says Matthew Lynn.