With markets in full panic mode, Master Investor Jim Mellon issues a quick note to update regular readers.
Economics & Markets
The cost-benefit analysis of HS2 is dubious – and Heathrow will become unviable without a third runway. Why is the UK so bad at infrastructure planning? Victor Hill is asking.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) is about to declare a global pandemic for the first time since 2009. Global markets are finally reeling. Things will get much worse before they get better.
There is now evidence that the unpopular oil majors are oversold. That spells opportunity for canny investors, writes Victor Hill.
Pope Benedict said that wine was a gift from God. Fine wine is also an appreciating asset, writes Victor Hill. But you will need to engage the services of a reputable vintner.
Inside the mind of the Master Investor: influential British investor Jim Mellon reveals his latest thoughts on the markets.
Mr Johnson has seized control of the UK Treasury. Or has he? Mr Sunak will pronounce on 11 March that we cannot cut taxes and ramp up spending at the same time, says Victor Hill.
As the climate change debate descends into farce, fund manager Tim Price reflects on the implications for sensible investors.
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.