Part two of two… Just over a week after Facebook lost a fifth of its value in a day, Apple became the first trillion dollar company. Clearly, there is not one thing called “tech”. Victor Hill asks if the tech sector come to a parting of the ways?
Just over a week after Facebook lost a fifth of its value in a day, Apple became the first trillion dollar company. Clearly, there is not one thing called “tech”. Victor Hill asks if the tech sector come to a parting of the ways?
France’s President Macron is a man with great power and Napoleonic ambition. Though there is a lot that could go wrong, he might just prove to be historic, writes Victor Hill.
The conventional wisdom is that in the autumn UK budget in November the Chancellor will have to raise taxes or cut spending. Actually, he will have to do both, writes Victor Hill.
When Presidents Trump and Putin met in Helsinki on 16 July they understood one another perfectly. What they agreed will have global implications, according to Victor Hill.
The UK government finally published the long-awaited white paper on the shape of Brexit on 12 July. Just how soft a Brexit does this entail? Victor Hill investigates.
The global trade wars initiated by Mr Trump come at precisely the moment the global economy is stalling. Victor Hill asks what are the chances they could precipitate a global recession?
Unemployment in the UK is at a record low yet wages are flat. If we have full employment then inflation should be picking up – but it isn’t. Victor Hill asks: What’s up?
Victor Hill looks at how the FAANG stocks will cope in an age of tighter data regulation. Who would you trust most to own your most intimate secrets – Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg or Russian President Vladimir Putin?
This is a dangerous time for the UK Tory government. Three trends are accelerating rapidly that collectively could destroy it. The chance of a Marxist government running the UK (unfettered by Brussels) within four years is now above 50 percent writes Victor Hill.