The advent of free share-trading platforms will get more people buying shares. That’s a welcome development
Articles written by Matthew Lynn
Soon we’re likely to accept immigrants only if they have the right skills. That would be a good move, says Matthew Lynn.
Britain’s entrepreneurs and business innovators get generous tax breaks. They should keep getting them.
The PPI mis-selling scandal is nearly over for the banks. But a new nightmare may be just about to begin.
A radical break-up of HSBC may be the only way to save the sprawling banking conglomerate, says Matthew Lynn.
Mario Draghi – a safe pair of hands at the ECB – is succeeded by Christine Lagarde, a lawyer who thought Argentina good for a loan.
The authorities in Scotland are undermining the economy’s appeal. They had better watch out, says Matthew Lynn.
Once highly prized banking jobs on Wall Street or in the City have lost their allure, says Matthew Lynn.
As the eurozone’s economy sinks, the European Central Bank is thinking big. That’s worrying, says Matthew Lynn.
“Free” has turned into the Labour Party’s favourite word. “Reality” should make a comeback, says Matthew Lynn.