Tokyo/Hong Kong — Asian shares and US stock futures regained some footing on Tuesday following a small bounce in European markets as investors looked to whether high-flying US tech shares could recover from their recent rout.
London — Britain's divorce from the European Union veered into a new crisis on Monday after London signalled it could undermine the exit agreement with Brussels unless free trade terms are agreed by October.
London — Two of Boris Johnson’s senior ministers laid bare the competing pressures facing the British government as it attempts to drag the economy out of its worst recession in at least a century without triggering a new wave of coronavirus infections.
Modern monetary theory is a new term for an old idea. Its proponents argue a state that issues fiat money does not have to resort to taxation and borrowing to pay its bills. It can fund itself simply by printing money.