The French election has thrown up few surprises, with the progressive centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron likely to win. John Stepek looks at what this means for your money.
Brexit won’t calamitous, traumatic or disastrous, says Merryn Somerset Webb – it will be boring. Forget about it. There are much more serious problems to concern you.
If the far-right Marine Le Pen becomes president of France, things could get very bad very quickly. It would be bad for France, for the EU, and for Britain.
So long as the Russian economy remains a basket case, Vladimir Putin poses no real threat, says Matthew Lynn.
Brexit will be a long process, with little of any substance said about it in the next few months. Instead, John Stepek looks at six things that do matter.
In MoneyWeek magazine this week: why getting a second passport is probably a good idea (and how to go about it); how to invest in gold; and how to hedge against market shocks.
With an economy almost eight times the size of Greece’s, Italy is too big to fail and too big to bail out. And it is drowning in debt
Manufacturers are hoping for a handy fillip from sterling’s sharp post-referendum slide, which makes our goods cheaper abroad.
Lots of different things affect the way you should invest, says Merryn Somerset Webb. The invocation of Article 50 isn’t one of them.
The rush for passports after the Brexit vote may have been hasty – but “political diversification” makes sense, and not just for tax purposes. Merryn Somerset Webb explains.
EU farm subsidies a controversial. But it’s not just Europe that subsidises its agriculture, as Matthew Partridge found out when he spoke to a UK sugar manufacturer.