RUTH SUNDERLAND: Wall Street warms to Joe Biden

RUTH SUNDERLAND: Wall Street starting to believe that Joe Biden in the Oval Office and the Democrats in control would boost economy more than Donald Trump President Trump warns that Democrats would destroy the economy  Trump has not fulfilled his bombastic claims in 2016 of ushering in the greatest period of growth ever  By Ruth … Read more RUTH SUNDERLAND: Wall Street warms to Joe Biden

MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: Powerful voices now argue for a more nuanced approach to Covid-19

The measures now being imposed on large parts of the country would be severe and hard to bear if we had reason to believe that they would do any good. The trouble is that we have no shred of solid evidence that they will help at all. The vast illogical web of new rules, increasingly … Read more MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: Powerful voices now argue for a more nuanced approach to Covid-19

JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Don’t trust banks: they do what they want

JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Don’t trust banks, they do what they want – you know it, I know it, they know it By Jeff Prestridge for The Mail on Sunday Published: 21:50 BST, 17 October 2020 | Updated: 21:50 BST, 17 October 2020 Banks are a law unto themselves – you know it, I know it, they … Read more JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Don’t trust banks: they do what they want

HAMISH MCRAE: Plan now for what will happen

HAMISH MCRAE: Too many people are giving their opinions about what ought to happen and not enough trying to work out what will happen By Hamish Mcrae, Financial Mail On Sunday Published: 21:51 BST, 17 October 2020 | Updated: 21:51 BST, 17 October 2020 Looking to the future: PM Boris Johnson The uncertainties mount. But … Read more HAMISH MCRAE: Plan now for what will happen

ALEX BRUMMER: Testing times for outsourcing sector

Given that the UK Government has allocated £12bn to build a ‘world-beating’ test and trace system to halt progress of the pandemic it is not surprising that every breakdown leads to an endless search for scapegoats.  Mistakes were made from the start of lockdown when trained tracers mysteriously were let go and when some bright … Read more ALEX BRUMMER: Testing times for outsourcing sector

Armie Hammer explains THAT saucy comment for Timothee Chalamet

Little did he know, when Armie Hammer left a thirsty comment on his good friend and Call Me By Your Name costar Timothee Chalamet’s Instagram on Tuesday, it would create an internet firestorm.  The Social Network actor, 34, was speaking to Variety about his new Netflix film Rebecca on Thursday, when the saucy note invariably … Read more Armie Hammer explains THAT saucy comment for Timothee Chalamet

Love Island’s Maura leaves Chris flustered with VERY cheeky comment

‘I could probably do with a good sticking!’ Love Island’s Maura Higgins leaves Chris Taylor flustered with VERY cheeky comment as she jokes they could be ‘friends with benefits’ By Charlotte Dean For Mailonline Published: 01:35 BST, 16 October 2020 | Updated: 01:35 BST, 16 October 2020 They have been plagued by rumours that they … Read more Love Island’s Maura leaves Chris flustered with VERY cheeky comment

ALEX BRUMMER: Rolls-Royce | Daily Mail Online

Early on in the pandemic, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak was adamant that there would be no bail-outs for firms which had other options. Virgin Atlantic and other supplicants seeking funds were told to exhaust all possibilities, including rich proprietors. The wealthy backer for Britain’s top-ranked engineering and aerospace firms BAE and Rolls-Royce is HMG. It … Read more ALEX BRUMMER: Rolls-Royce | Daily Mail Online

Will we really see negative interest rates in the UK?

Will we really see negative interest rates or would they prove pointless? asks SIMON LAMBERT By Simon Lambert for Thisismoney.co.uk Published: 06:00 BST, 15 October 2020 | Updated: 06:00 BST, 15 October 2020 Are we really going to get negative interest rates in Britain? This will we, won’t we game has been going on for … Read more Will we really see negative interest rates in the UK?

ALEX BRUMMER: Enter the age of penury

Enter the age of penury: The central bank money printing binge could end in tears, says ALEX BRUMMER By Alex Brummer for the Daily Mail Published: 21:53 BST, 14 October 2020 | Updated: 21:53 BST, 14 October 2020 Ten days ago Rishi Sunak made his bow towards past Tory values by reminding the nation it … Read more ALEX BRUMMER: Enter the age of penury