Guy Johnson



STERLING is undervalued against the euro. Just about every trading desk I talk to seems to think so. However, very few of them [...]

22 March

The prospect of a hung parliament later this year is worrying the markets. The question is – why? The country faces a number [...]

15 February

Should Greece be following Ireland down the path of austerity? Finance minister George Papaconstantinou could certainly do with [...]

25 January

Making predictions about the year ahead is an exercise that more often that not results in the author ending up looking pretty [...]

4 January

Watching the developments in the currency markets feels very similar to reading Agatha Christie’s  “Murder on the Orient [...]

12 October

IT SHOULD come as no surprise that stocks have sold off into the second quarter reporting season. After all, when it comes to [...]

13 July