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An appetite for change, political willpower and healthy debate. What’s missing?

Businesses with big profits and few debts should be easy to value. If only that were true

By Christopher Hennessy

Tim Gocher on how foreign investors can create big returns while addressing an age-old problem

By Tim Gocher

New research shows that systematic corporate earnings shocks have macroeconomic effects, especially on inflation and GDP growth

By Lakshmanan Shivakumar

The future is uncertain. Here are five ways that British business can survive and thrive

By Randall S Peterson

Public trust in institutions may be in short supply right now, but it’s a necessary ingredient for prosperity. How can we get it back?

By Elias Papaioannou

How British companies in a post-Brexit world can attract overseas talent

By Rob Morris

Jean-Francois Lambert examines oil, grain and energy prices and whether they will deliver better returns after years of stagnation

By Jean-Francois Lambert

Michael G Jacobides slices and dices data from the world of banking to reveal where and when innovation yields results

By Michael Jacobides

This research shows the 10 manufacturing industries with the most, and least, redeployable assets. Stormy weather results in economic gloom

By Howard Kung