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Pound hit hard – May ploughs on regardless

A cliff edge for Sterling. Phil Dobbie asks NAB’s David de Garis how low it could go?

May’s First Hurdle. Step two is survival.

Theresa May’s cabinet has approved her Brexit plan, but a five hour meeting indicates it wasn’t plain sailing. Could this be the end of the line (for her)?

How is privatisation working out for you?

How are these privatised companies working out for us? I talk to Prof Steve Keen about the arguments for and against privatisation.

Pound soars as Brexit draft deal done – now for the politics

The EU and UK have agreed a draft 500 page Withdrawal Agreement. It’s the first Brexit milestone, but will it stick?

Brexit and a bucket of salt; Trump threatens more than tariffs

Is Brexit getting anywhere? The pound is assuming not, with big falls. Trump is threatening Chinese trade beyond the use of tariffs.

An oil pact and Boris’ Bro a blow for Brexit?

Could the hope of a Brexit deal be about to come to an end? Will the Saudis stop a bull run on oil?

Taxing the multinationals

Steve Keen and I talk about how big corporates use transfer pricing to pay the least tax possible, and attempts to try and get them to pay the right amount.

FOMC on hold, Brexit unknown, Italy in trouble

No change from the FOMC, weakness in Europe and uncertainty (or not?) over Brexit.

Divided they stand, divided the dollar falls

What do the mid-term election results mean for the markets – and the actions of the Fed?

The Waiting Game

As Americans head out to the polls the markets are left guessing whether it’ll be a good or bad result for President Trump. What will it mean for the economy?

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