There are plenty of reasons for investors to be nervous. Perhaps the biggest danger right now is Italy. John Stepek looks at how it could all blow up.
Norway has been held up as a model for Britain after Brexit. Matthew Partridge speaks to Norway’s finance minister, Siv Jensen, to find out what the Norwegians think about that.
That Britain would become a “rule-taker” by joining the EEA is one of the main arguments against a “soft Brexit”. But it isn’t true, judge Carl Baudenbacher tells Matthew Partridge.
The populist Five Star Movement (M5S) and Matteo Salvini’s anti-migrant Northern League party were the two big winners from this month’s general election, but each is short of a majority.
Determined diplomacy has shored up the PM, says Matthew Partridge.
Matthew Partridge talks to Andrew Edwards, CEO of Saxo Capital Markets, about how Brexit is affecting both his firm and the industry as a whole.
Very little will change in the two years after we leave, says Matthew Partridge.
Russia’s president is now in charge until 2024. What does this mean for the world? Emily Hohler reports.
Matthew Partridge talks to energy consultant Clive Moffatt to find out how EU membership has affected the UK’s energy policy, and how Brexit is likely to affect it.
Italy’s recent election proved a successful one for Euro-sceptic parties. Matthew Partridge talks to Italian economist Lorenzo Codogno to find out what – if anything – it means for Brexit.
My predictions regarding the Italian elections at the weekend went poorly, says Matthew Partridge. But there was better news in Germany.