Our resident opinion expert, The City Grump talks about the Black Lives Matter protests and what impact they are having in the corporate world.
Our resident political and financial commentator, The City Grump is back to discuss the Government’s response to the coronavirus crisis.
Stephen Hazell-Smith (otherwise known as The City Grump), turns his attention to Britain’s lockdown laws.
There are holes in Chancellor, Rishi Sunak’s financial plans for the self-employed, and even the mainstream media are clocking onto it.
In my opinion, the first reactions to Spring Budget are mistaken. Sunak has been widely praised, but he shouldn’t be.
China is at the forefront of new digital currency technology which could dominate the entire world.
As Entrepreneurs’ Relief has been spotlighted by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), March 11th’s Budget will be a test of whether or not Sajid Javid understands the dynamics behind investment in Britain’s smaller companies.
The Tory landslide victory wasn’t down to the electorate preferring Boris over Jeremy Corbyn, it was about a rebellion against the establishment – on all sides.
As part of its election campaign the Labour Party recently published “Rewriting the Rules: Labour’s vision for corporate governance, accountability and regulation”. Nigh on every paragraph, sends the reader into a world of delusion.
The statistics say it all. In the cradle of capitalism, the number of listed companies on US public markets have halved since 1996 and here in the UK, they have fallen by a quarter since 2006.
Who exactly are the Establishment? Well in the UK, there are many different groups that could fall into this category. Here’s what they need to do to prevent the public from finally turning against them.
The financial world has gone a bit topsy turvy of late, the latest statement I’m making about it? That some of these organisations no longer deserve our investment in them.