MoneyWeek's film theatre and book reviews – A look at some of the best financial books on the shelves at the moment, plus film and theatre reviews.
French sage Bernard-Henri Lévy attempts to get to grips with Britain’s decision to leave the EU in this two-hour monologue, but fails to shed much light, says Matthew Partridge.
Few books on the euro convey as much passion and urgency surrounding the issue of the single currency.
Film review: Molly’s Game
For all its faults, this film is still a cut above the average biopic.
Book review: From Cold War to Hot Peace
Former US ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul’s account is part personal memoir and part overview of US-Russian relations in the last 40 years.
Book review: Asian Waters
The struggle for supremacy in the South China Sea.
Book review: Unelected Power
Paul Tucker, fellow at Harvard University and former deputy governor of the Bank of England, examines the rise of central bankers, a new class of technocrats.
Book review: A Higher Loyalty
James Comey is an occasionally cloying companion, albeit one with quite a story to tell.
Book review: Quality Investing
Quality Investing is an informative book that provides investors with plenty of food for thought.
Book review: China’s Great Wall of Debt
Dinny McMahon’s book is the last in a long line of attempts to pinpoint flaws in the country’s growth model that could doom it.
Book review: The Marshall Plan
This is an ambitious and deeply researched narrative look at the plan that put Europe back on its feet.