Who is going to pay the £300bn debt?
Simon French, Chief Economist at Panmure Gordon, gives us his thoughts on inter-generational fairness when it comes to paying for the government's Coronavirus spending. He also flags up why we all need to start thinking about inflation.
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.
A French view on the Eurozone
Panmure Gordon's chief economist Simon French joins us for his regular update. In this piece he takes a look at the strains Coronavirus is putting on the Eurozone and offers some thoughts on the outlook for Bitcoin - a currency without a central bank to back it.
Turning policy into practical economic help
The UK government has big plans to help corporates and households out during the lockdown but does it have the transmission mechanisms in place to make their policies effective? Simon French, Chief Economist at Panmure Gordon gives us his assessment.
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.
What does the Coronavirus mean for markets?
As Coronavirus continues to spread throughout the UK, what are the economic and stock market implications? Join Simon French, Chief Economist, Panmure Gordon, as he discusses the implications of factors such as Trump’s potential re-election and what to expect from the UK’s new Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Is a UK recession looking more likely?
Simon French joins us to discuss the state of the US economy, the deepening issue for Germany's manufacturing sector & whether the UK is more likely now to be headed into a recession.
Is the Thomas Cook story a one off or a sign of the times?
From the troubles facing UK travel companies to the impact of falling mortgage rates on US consumers, Panmure Gordon chief economist Simon French joins us to look at the outlook for the week ahead.
Mario Draghi set to go out with a bang?
Simon French, Chief Economist at Panmure Gordon, joins us to talk about the upcoming ECB meeting, what the UK data set to be released will tell us about the GDP & why the US picture is a difficult one to interpret right now.
UK waits for inflation, unemployment and retail sales updates
Panmure Gordon’s chief economist highlights what to keep an eye on for the week ahead, including results from China’s tech giants the strength of the euro and more pointers to the state of the UK economy.
US GDP figures, potential interest rate cuts & a new Prime Minister
We touch upon the outlook for the week ahead which includes the ECB meeting, Q2 GDP figures & a new Prime Minister.
1969 – 2069: From Apollo to AI
It’s been 50 years since the moon landing and a lot has happened, so what’s in store for the next 50 years? Experts from the industry discuss the development of the economy since 1969 both worldwide and closer to home, how the moon landing led to an expansion of new technologies and speculate on what the next 50 years could bring.