Economy

The golden age of television

Matthew Partridge picks the stocks to watch

Leaving the Customs Union could cause border chaos

If Britain decides to leave the Customs Union after Brexit, expect there to be chaos on the roads, says Matthew Partridge.

Five ways to build a better Brexit

Business ought to stop moaning about Brexit, and start shaping it. Matthew Lynn suggests five places where it can start.

The NHS funding gap

Britain’s National Health Service always seems to be in crisis and running out of cash. Is it really, and what can be done? Alex Rankine reports.

How the credit crunch of 1966 set the tone for central banks

John Stepek looks back at the 1966 credit crunch – the first important financial crisis of the post-war period, which set an unhealthy pattern for the future.

India cleans up its act

India’s anti-corruption drive and structural reforms are bearing fruit in the economy and the markets.

Betting on politics: the next Tory leader

The odds on Jacob Rees-Mogg becoming the next Tory leader are narrowing, says Matthew Partridge.

“Moggmentum” is building: could he split the Tories?

While some support Jacob Rees-Mogg’s rise, others fear what he could spell for the Conservatives.

Japan leaves the world standing

Japan’s economy has just enjoyed its longest streak of growth since the mid-2000s, with a healthy rise in business investment and household consumption.

A new low for Trump

Donald Trump has come in for sharp criticism over his handling of the Charlottesville riots. Matthew Partridge reports.

This week in MoneyWeek: The TV stocks to watch

In MoneyWeek this week: the golden age of television; emerging-market small-caps to buy now; and how to profit from dull metals.

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