There are plenty of good reasons to vote Leave or Remain, says Merryn Somerset Webb. But whether you like the people promoting either position isn’t one of them.
If Britain does vote for Brexit, we would quickly agree new trade deals with the EU, says Merryn Somerset Webb. Europe has too much to lose not to.
The latest wave of globalisation is driving politicians to impose local solutions that could damage global trade, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
The people investing in robotics are the ones with the most to gain, says Merryn Somerset Webb – old people and women.
If Britain votes to leave the EU, there will be a lot of discussion about our relationship with Europe post-Brexit. But there are several perfectly good paths for us to follow, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Fatcat CEOs are plundering the coffers of the companies they control, and they’re being aided and abetted by the fund management industry, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
The ECB’s flirtation with negative interest rates is certainly having an effect. Just not the one it expected, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
When people look at Japanese stocks, all they see is ugliness. But investors are currently enjoying record dividend payouts. Merryn Somerset Webb picks one of the best ways to buy in.
Our politicians have made it clear that whatever the result of the EU referendum, out doesn’t actually mean out, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
If turnout in the EU referendum is low, we could see a small minority of voters force a massive change on a population that is perfectly happy with the way things are.
Low oil prices and the prospect of another independence referendum are damaging Scotland’s economy. But there is another problem, says Merryn Somerset Webb: bad government.
Vietnam has huge potential. But until now there’s been no effective way for investors to buy in. A new fund aims to change that, says Merryn Somerset Webb.