MoneyWeek's film theatre and book reviews – A look at some of the best financial books on the shelves at the moment, plus film and theatre reviews.
Book review: Age of Anger
Pankaj Mishra’s long-term historical approach is a refreshing contrast to those who solely blame short-term causes.
Film review: Gold
Despite some unfavourable reviews, Gold is an intriguing film that’s worth seeing, says Matthew Partridge.
Book review: The Upstarts
Colourful characters and high stakes that make this an unusually gripping business book.
Book review: Nothing But A Circus: Misadventures Among The Powerful
Daniel Levin gives a good taste of the world of the rich and powerful, says Matthew Partridge.
Book review: When Britain Went Bust
This is an extremely readable account of a moment when domestic politics and global finance collided.
Book review: Margaret Thatcher: A Life and Legacy
This lastest biography of the late prime minister, Margaret Thatcher, is a masterpiece of compression.
Book review: The Retreat of Globalisation
We’ve reached peak globalisation, reckons Gervais Williams. From now here on in, the environment for international trade will be much less favourable.
Book review: Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis
Talk about poverty in the US and you’ll think of inner-city Detroit or Baltimore, says Matthew Partridge. But over the past decade, the areas that have done the worst are in the “rustbelt”.
Glossy financial drama Billions was one of the big American television hits of last year. Matthew Partridge gives his thoughts.
Matthew Partridge casts his eye back over the five best books of 2016 for MoneyWeek readers.