The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership has met with opposition from French President François Hollande and from the public. Can it be salvaged? Simon Wilson reports.
Boris Johnson agrees with MoneyWeek – we should vote to leave the European Union. But what does he say to those who are nervous of the consequences? We put the difficult questions in this exclusive interview.
Since the financial crisis, upheaval, nationalism and populism are rising all over the globe as people vote for anything but “more of the same”. John Stepek looks at what’s happening.
Despite its down-at-heel reputation, the eurozone is looking surprisingly sprightly.
A recent court case in Italy over a small amount of cheese and sausage may seem trivial, says Merryn Somerset Webb. But it speaks volumes for the state of the eurozone.
Investors need not worry about who is or isn’t in charge of eurozone governments, says Matthew Lynn. As far as the markets are concerned, it makes no difference.
Should we stay or should we go? Former Bank of England governor Mervyn King gives his take in the first of a two-part interview with Merryn Somerset Webb.
Top bond fund manager Jeffrey Gundlach isn’t “wasting his money” hedging against Brexit.
Most of the focus in the EU referendum debate has been on Britain, and what happens here if we leave. But the real losers from Brexit would be Europe.
Sarah Moore looks at what might happen to EU legislation if Britain votes to leave.
No country has ever left the European Union, so if Britain does leave, it will be a major global event. Matthew Lynn looks at what could happen if we decide to take the plunge.