The market sell-off has reinforced the view that central banks’ money-printing and interest-rate cutting is an experiment that can only end in tears. But that’s not so, says Matthew Lynn.
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Britain’s tax code is groaning under the weight of so many tax reliefs, says Matthew Lynn. It’s time we had a clear out.
Donald Trump may be a boorish ignoramus, says Matthew Lynn, but he may be doing some good in the White House.
The Swiss National Bank has become a great money-spinner, says Matthew Lynn. The Bank of England should follow suit.
German chancellor Angela Merkel should look to Britain and know political turbulence is coming Germany’s way, says Matthew Lynn.
The coming year is likely to see the return of the mega-deal. Matthew Lynn explains why, and tips five possible contenders for 2018.
The best way to allow entrepreneurs to thrive is to slash onerous regulations, says Matthew Lynn.
Many people fear the takeover of robots in the workplace. But it’s not fewer robots we need, says Matthew Lynn. It’s more.
When it comes to trying to compete with the new kids, the old giants should stick to what they do best, says Matthew Lynn.
Bitcoin is in a bubble like any other. And when that bubble bursts, says Matthew Lynn, the pain is sure to be felt far and wide.