The US Covid recovery
Panmure Gordon chief economist Simon French talks through the prospects for the US economy and considers what a third wave of Covid could mean for the EU.
The pluses and minuses of negative rates
Panmure Gordon chief economist Simon French discusses the outlook for interest rates, what Covid 19 could do to London's economy and flags up the next data release on GDP
The wrong sort of rising numbers from the US
Panmure Gordon chief economist Simon French joins us with his outlook, from the spike in Covid 19 cases in some US states, through to the strength of UK household finances and he tells us what data points to keep an eye on in the weeks ahead.
Mapping out a retreat from lockdown
Panmure Gordon chief economist Simon French joins us to give his views on how the UK moves out of lockdown, what sort of economy we are going to be living with, and how government spending priorities may have to change.
Why it's not too early to make investment decisions
Invesco's director of model portfolio services Ben Gutteridge joins us to talk through why investors need to start thinking about their sector allocation, from supermarkets and food manufacturers to those companies dominating the digital world.
The shape of economic recovery
UBP's CIO (private banking) Norman Villamin joins us from Switzerland to discuss what sort of economic recovery could be on the cards, the challenges facing equity income investors and the big risks that still lurk in the global economy
The cost of the Coronavirus
The effects of the 2008 financial crisis can still be felt today, but what was the total cost of that in the end, and how much is the current COVID-19 crisis costing so far? Simon French, Chief Economist at Panmure Gordon, joins Mark Colegate to offer an insight into what we know so far, stimulus packages on offer and what could happen when social distancing comes to an end.