The failure of business and the government to explain why Jeremy Corbyn’s ideas are dangerous risks making them more influential, says Matthew Lynn.
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Robots have been around for a while now. But the revolution is only just beginning, says Matthew Lynn. And the outlook is a lot brighter than most people believe.
Stockmarkets in the developed world will struggle in the next decade. Emerging markets such as Iran and China are the place to be, says Matthew Lynn.
Investors who get into the Greek market soon after the Grexit will do surprisingly well. Matthew Lynn explains why.
Recent elections polls have been way off and that’s making it harder to invest, says Matthew Lynn. Chances are, it’s only going to get worse.
High-street banking needs to be re-invented, says Matthew Lynn. Stepping back into the 19th century isn’t going to help.
Whether a FTSE takeover frenzy is good for the economy is open to debate, says Matthew Lynn. But it’s certainly good for investors.
Much speculation is made of when Greece will leave the euro, says Matthew Lynn. But until these warning signs are flashing, the end won’t be close.
A little deflation can, in fact, boost living standards. Matthew Lynn explains why, and how we can encourage a bit more of it.
Free of the Lib Dems, George Osborne should seize his chance with July’s Budget to reinvigorate the economy, says Matthew Lynn.