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.
Economics & Markets
For the first time, the industry has reported a year-on-year decline, and annual statistics show that all sectors of the UK gambling business have been affected.
The insurance sector is one of those areas of the market that often goes under-the-radar, yet it can deliver impressive and consistent performance.
The lifting of storm clouds over the UK economy is welcome, but the best growth − and value − prospects for investors still lie elsewhere, writes fund manager Tim Price.
While no-one should underestimate the scale of the climate threat, there are at least some reasons to be hopeful: one of them is the rise of clean meat.
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.
Small caps are certainly poised for a return to the limelight, and more generally 2020 feels like it is going to be a better year all round, writes Claire Noyce.
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.
Inside the mind of the Master Investor: Influential British investor Jim Mellon reveals his latest thoughts on the markets.