Merryn Somerset Webb gives some hints as to things to watch out for in the markets in the wake of the Brexit vote.
The pound and stockmarkets have crashed in the wake of the EU referendum. But don’t panic – this isn’t the disaster it’s being made out to be, says John Stepek.
We hoped for a Leave vote, and we are thrilled to have it, says Merryn Somerset Webb. There are exciting times ahead.
The ideals of the Enlightenment support Britain leaving the European Union, says Edward Chancellor. Not the other way around.
Global markets have gone into a panic at the result of the EU referendum. But that doesn’t mean you should too. John Stepek looks at what it means for your investments.
The referendum on whether to leave the European Union has just been a distraction to the real problem facing investors, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Whatever the result of the EU referendum, the real work of redefining Britain’s relationship with Europe will begin on after the polls close, says Dr Pippa Malmgren.
Not long ago, Poland was still the darling of emerging markets. Not so much anymore, says Andrew Van Sickle.
There are risks on both sides, but the jittery narrative about a post-Brexit Britain contains hidden assumptions that don’t bear scrutiny, says John Stepek.
The European Union needs to be dramatically reformed, says Merryn Somerset Webb. Voting for Brexit could be the best way to achieve that.
Everybody says that leaving the EU would hit Britain’s economy in the short term, says Merryn Somerset Webb. But actually, the evidence points to a different outcome.