The former London Stock Exchange boss on the chances of recession, traders’ working hours and a burgeoning relationship with Saudi Arabia. Interview by Edwin Smith
Cryptocurrencies have been around for the best part of a decade, but taxing assets such as bitcoin is uncharted territory for HMRC, writes Colin Senez.
Nationalism is taking over from globalism, but not even these seismic changes can damage US equities, writes Annamaria Koerling
The millennial appetite for social entrepreneurship isn’t simply youthful idealism, writes Russell Prior
Many of those under 55 in Britain don’t really know the answer to this age-old question, writes Penny Lovell