The government should forge ahead with plans to privatise Channel 4, says Matthew Lynn. And small investors should get first dibs on the shares.
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Britain’s high streets are taking a hammering, says Matthew Lynn. For investors, that’s a worrying sign of things to come.
Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell are a disaster for the Labour party, says Matthew Lynn. But as far as business is concerned, it works out rather well.
From television to music, content is king again, says Matthew Lynn. That’s great news for Britain, and for investors buying into the companies that own those assets.
Central banks should stay out of the stockmarkets and stick to controlling inflation, says Matthew Lynn. Let the market do whatever it wants.
A Chinese economy in the doldrums will leave Germany painfully exposed, says Matthew Lynn. That’s bad news for Britain and Europe.
In selling The Economist, Pearson might well be flogging the wrong assets at the wrong time, says Matthew Lynn.
Start-ups simply don’t need the City anymore, says Matthew Lynn. And pretty soon they might not need the stockmarket either.
The uncertainty of yet another independence referendum is bad for Scotland’s financial sector, says Matthew Lynn. The City should roll out the welcome mat.
The failure of business and the government to explain why Jeremy Corbyn’s ideas are dangerous risks making them more influential, says Matthew Lynn.