For the first time in a decade, wages are rising for young as well as older workers. Merryn Somerset Webb looks at what this means, and where it might lead.
Britain’s big drug companies lead the world, but they are stagnating, says Matthew Lynn. Time for a shake-up.
Interest rates may have risen, but they’re still lower than at virtually any time in history. The only way is up, says John Stepek. Here’s what that means for you.
The EU’s chief negotiator has rejected May’s plans. A fudge is on the cards. Emily Hohler reports.
New rules to give workers a say sound sensible, says Matthew Lynn. But public companies are already overburdened.
Cannabis is legal in Canada and several US states. Now England’s chief medical officer wants to loosen restrictions on medical marijuana. The tide is turning in favour of liberalisation, says Alex Rankine
The risks of leaving the EU with no deal are growing. Matthew Partridge reports.
The UK may have a larger “lifestyle economy” than many countries, but that’s not why our productivity growth is worse than that of other developed nations.
Matthew Partridge talks to developer Andy Scott about the state of the UK housing market, and if price falls are just a correction or the start of a big slump.
Fewer analysts and corporate raiders means many firms are sitting on gold mines no one knows about, says Matthew Lynn.
Calls are growing for a second EU referendum. Matthew Partridge reports.