There is very little that’s new when investing. It’s always a good idea to look to the past so you don’t repeat other people’s mistakes.
Articles written by Merryn Somerset Webb
People in the developed world are losing faith in capitalism, says Merryn Somerset Webb. Perhaps it’s time the system was given a reboot.
Most US citizens are taxed on all their income no matter where on earth it is earned. The only ones who aren’t, it seems, are hedge-fund managers.
There is trouble bubbling up in many sectors of the global economy, says Merryn Somerset Webb. There is only one way to prepare yourself for it: save more.
Most people would prefer to see cash stick around, says Merryn Somerset Webb. But most if us don’t want it badly enough.
Merryn Somerset Webb’s summer reading list attempts to answer the question of who’s responsible for the world’s ills – populism, debt, wealth inequality and stagnant wages, to name just a few.
Volvo’s decision to go solely electric could create an opportunity for canny buyers in the housing market, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
The student loans system is systematically flawed. We should call a spade a spade, says Merryn Somerset Webb, and make it a tax.
This week marks the tenth anniversary of the last interest rate rise in the UK, says Merryn Somerset Webb. It’s about time the Bank of England saw sense.
Google’s €2.4bn fine by the EU should leave nobody in any doubt that the carefree days of the big tech companies are numbered, says Merryn Somerset Webb.