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Economists are taught trade wars are almost always damaging. The question for investors is: how damaging?
To make it a practical choice there needs to be more than goodwill and targets
How can companies manage the uncertainties of the energy transition?
Package widely criticised but research suggests supply-side benefits for economy
Can the long-term promise of the interventions match the short-term attractions?
The EU’s draft withdrawal agreement indicates that the UK is not taking back control
This is Opec’s most unstable country and Maduro could escalate the dispute with Guyana
Cyclical surge has slowed down but the US and China seem fine … for now
The risk of a member’s exit from the bloc could be cut by an Article 50 provision
Blaming Obama’s presidency for disappointing economic growth does not fit the facts
The devils will emerge from the detail of the EU’s document
Failure in this area would mean the UK facing yet more difficult decisions
American shale has shifted the market, but not solved as many problems as it should
Powell was the continuity candidate for the Fed chair but he faces issues that will soon force him to get off the fence