Ukip should stick to what it does best – coming up with radical ideas, says Matthew Lynn.
Articles written by Matthew Lynn
European economies may well go into terminal decline, says Matthew Lynn. But that’s no reason for investors to panic.
Popular governments should signal profitable markets for investors, says Matthew Lynn. But the opposite appears to be the case.
Big companies are sitting on too much cash, says Matthew Lynn. It’s time to get the money moving again.
Britain’s high streets are already places nobody wants to go to, says Matthew Lynn. Higher taxes will only make them less appealing.
The eurozone crisis was originally a financial crisis in Europe’s southern states. Now it’s an economic crisis covering the whole continent, says Matthew Lynn.
Britain not only needs more houses, it needs bigger houses, says Matthew Lynn. The solution, however, may not be popular with everyone.
Excessive executive pay is bad for business, says Matthew Lynn. A lot more still needs to be done to curb the abuse.
The European Central Bank has no more options, says Matthew Lynn. If it wants to lift growth, it has to start to printing.
The big four supermarkets could spend billions taking on the discounters. But the City should not allow them to, says Matthew Lynn.