It is the folly of too many to mistake the economic success of London for the success of a kingdom. The UK economy can't keep leaning on the City.
Your wealth is far more vulnerable than you think. Adding gold to your portfolio is the best form of insurance. Gold's the best performing asset class in 2016.
George Osborne was the biggest political casualty of Brexit, after Cameron. Now that he's been sacked, his economic policy of austerity is dead in the water.
Brexit is just the beginning. London’s role as a financial centre could diminish beyond what even the pessimists are currently predicting.
It's a common view that a weak pound will stimulate growth. But a weak pound is not good for the country. And Mark Carney definitely won't be happy about...
Before the referendum result, infrastructure stocks were starting to recover nicely. Why have they taken a tumble on the country’s vote for Brexit?
Osborne convinced voters that government spending was bad. Now austerity's out and spending's in.
The UK would derive more benefit from investing in infrastructure than any other major world economy.
I’ve a much better understanding of why Britain made its decision today than I had on Friday morning. Here’s why Brits voted to leave, in their own words.
Now that a new referendum on Scottish independence is on the cards we can expect years of uncertainty ahead for the pound.