Next year is coming into focus. It’s neither good nor all bad, says Victor Hill.
Economics & Markets
The recent shenanigans at OpenAI highlight the AI dilemma, says Victor Hill.
The Governor of The Bank of England pontificated on Monday that the UK is likely to experience weak activity over quite a prolonged period despite optimism prompted by falling inflation and lower energy prices.
The Tories and Labour now have remarkably similar fiscal policies, says Victor Hill.
Why are the EU and the UK growing much more slowly than the USA?, asks Victor Hill.
Global bond and debt markets are under extreme stress, with potentially serious consequences, says Victor Hill.
Lithium-ion battery-powered electric vehicles are not the solution, says Victor Hill.
Mark Watson-Mitchell ends the week by diving in to the current economic currents.
The world is fragmenting into protectionist powers and trading blocs, says Victor Hill.
The Israel-Hamas war adds more risk to an already dangerous world order, says Victor Hill.