It was supposed to bring a breath of fresh air to the Big Smoke. But the foundations for the proposed new walkway over the Thames are looking shaky. Simon Wilson reports.
In MoneyWeek magazine this week: it’s time to buy British stocks; how to choose a “robo adviser”, and would a universal basic income work?
An election win for Theresa May will make muddling through Britain’s negotiations with the European Union a whole lot easier, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Investors are glum about the prospects for the UK economy. Far too glum, says Max King. Buy in now and you’ll make a tidy return.
With 80% of the country’s goods moved by lorry, Britain is heavily reliant on road haulage. Matthew Partridge looks at how Brexit could affect this crucial sector.
When Theresa May called the snap general election, the pound rallied sharply. Dominic Frisby looks at where sterling might go in the long term.
Markets have taken comfort in the fact that Marine Le Pen probably won’t win the French election. The bad news is that she’s not the only populist in town.
Several junior bankers have been convicted of tampering with a key interest rate. Now there are allegations that the Bank of England was doing the same. Simon Wilson reports.
Even the most mundane industries can be reinvented with a little smart marketing, says Matthew Lynn. The results can be hugely profitable for investors.
Jes Staley, Barclays’ chief executive, tried to unmask the identity of a whistleblower. Bad move, says Ben Judge.
The gulf between business and consumer sentiment and official statistics int he US hasn’t been this wide since 2000, according to Morgan Stanley.