A selection of letters sent in to the MoneyWeek office, and their replies.
The number of global tourists is booming as the world gets wealthier. Yet locals in many holiday hotspots resent the impact on their communities. Alex Rankine reports.
ECB chief Mario Draghi would like to pull back on quantitative easing. But the strength of the euro is causing problems. John Stepek explores Draghi’s options.
Cornwall is a lot wealthier – and more entrepreneurial – than official data would have us believe. The rest of Britain should follow its example, says Max King.
The 1987 stockmarket crash was a surprise for many – but some did see it coming. John Stepek explains what caused it, and what it tells us about today’s markets.
One of the upsides of the Brexit vote was supposed to be that the slide in sterling would help rebalance the economy. It hasn’t worked out that way, yet, but it’s too soon to give up.
America’s biggest companies produced a second successive quarter of double-digit profit growth for the first time since 2011 – but it’s hard to be optimistic about where profits are going.
Stockmarkets wobbled when North Korea detonated its latest nuclear device, but they appear to be taking the international tension in their stride.
Donald Trump’s deal with the Democrats to raise the US debt ceiling surprised markets. John Stepek looks at what the president’s opportunistic move could mean.
North Korea’s latest nuclear test has shaken the markets. John Stepek looks at what the increasing global tension means for your portfolio.
Britain’s marine industry has a turnover of over £3bn. Matthew Partridge examines how Brexit is likely to affect it.