On today’s podcast, a quick analysis of today’s UK GDP numbers, and @realVickyPryce says China’s expedient recovery might mean it surpasses the US economy a year or two earlier than predicted.
Phil’s daily business podcast. All you need to know in 30 minutes, with a bit of attitude thrown in. And a few laughs, sometimes.
ow will the restaurant industry cope with the return of phased return of diners. I ask Patrick Hooykaas from The Fork @BookTable. Plus Joe Biden’s plans for a global tax. Are we ready for that?
Opportunities for everyone” said Joe Biden last night, as he announced his $2 trillion infrastructure programme. Wasn’t Boris going to give us a green new deal? While we wait Lucy Siegle says we can start by looking at where our pension money is.
Royal Mail will do well overseas, but what about the domestic business. I ask @StreeterNews. The future is less bright for Deliveroo. Where is the vison in their Prospectus? Plus Bitcoin on Paypal. A game changer?
Today, Rodney Hobson on the FCA’s concerns that too many inexperienced people are gambling on shares. Plus, the massive block trade on Friday and the loss in value of the company behind Andrew Neil’s GB News. And, have we reached peak-China?
With America still off for Thanksgiving, NAB’s Gavi Friend talks turkey on central bank thinking. How much is inflation really pushing for faster tightening – for the Fed, the Riksbank, the ECB and the BoE? https://t.co/Qs75KOcyYo
The US is spending more and income is up, with inflation rising, whilst Europe is still held back by COVID concerns. It’s the perfect storm, says NAB’s Tapas Strickland, pushing the US dollar to its highest level in sixteen months. https://t.co/93jt83lsnU