The climate crisis brigade are going vegan. But meat is still a huge industry worldwide. And its environmental impact depends on how the meat is produced, writes Victor Hill.
Goodbye, EU. To be honest, we never loved the idea of a German-run bureaucracy telling us what to do. But we still love Europe – and will always trade with her, says Victor Hill.
Barring a major upset – which is possible – President Trump will be acquitted by the Senate. But the real purpose of his tormentors is to swing the November elections.
The chances of a left-wing president in the White House are rising. But the New York markets, at record highs this week, don’t seem to mind too much.
As the leading contenders for the Democratic nomination begin to emerge, President Trump faces impeachment against a backdrop of rising tension in the Middle East. Victor Hill looks on in fascination.
The main investment theme of the 2020s will not be Wall Street but climate change – an issue dominated by two delusional opposing sides, writes Victor Hill.
The new Johnson government possesses a mojo which is likely to last out 2020. Nothing is guaranteed, as ever; but the outlook for UK investors is promising, writes Victor Hill.
The winter sun rose this morning over a nation utterly transformed. Boris Johnson now commands the biggest majority since Mrs Thatcher in 1983. Victor Hill reflects.
By this time next week the UK will know its fate. The level of political discourse has been pitiful, writes Victor Hill.
European banks must raise more capital at a time when their share prices are depressed and the probability of a European recession in 2020 is increasing, writes Victor Hill.