Not only is a no-deal/WTO Brexit now the most likely outcome, but paradoxically it is the only outcome which will deliver the certainty craved by big business. Adapt the brace position, says Victor Hill: this could be a bumpy landing…
Economics & Markets
The outcome for 29 March will be either a botched, unenforceable deal or a constructively chaotic no-deal WTO Brexit. Bring it on, says Victor Hill.
The automotive industry globally is entering a phase of radical disruption driven by a number of coinciding trends. Some volume car producers will survive the upheaval. Others will fail, writes Victor Hill.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is up and running – without America. The trade war with China continues. Is Mr Trump’s trade policy making America greater or weaker – and what is behind it?
What are the chances that Brexit will be postponed or even reversed altogether? And if it does take place – which type of Brexit will it be and who will be the winners and losers in the corporate world? Victor Hill investigates.
Inside the mind of the Master Investor: British billionaire investor Jim Mellon reveals his latest thoughts on the markets.
We Brits think of America as the Right Nation – an inherently pro-capitalist society. Yet a new generation of socialist politicians in America is making its mark. They just might take power in 2020 in a backlash against Trumpery, says Victor Hill.
China’s rise has been relentless over the last four decades. But where is China really heading? Victor Hill investigates some important recent developments out East.
Victor Hill examines how America’s evolving (a polite word for deteriorating) relationship with Europe may accelerate the risks of a US-China clash.
Did you make any New Year’s resolutions? Dry January? Veganuary perchance? Or what about a zero-plastic year? Victor Hill considers how the major supermarkets are responding to the challenge of cutting down on meat and plastic.