The US currency is on a tear, but it’s not all down to Donald Trump, Silvia Ardagna from Goldman Sachs tells Katie Martin. With investors finally catching up to US economic strength, an overshoot in the buck is easy to imagine.
A new culture podcast from the Financial Times in which we talk about film not finance, music not markets, and style not stocks. Featuring star guests and presented by John Sunyer and Griselda Murray Brown. First episode out on Thursday December 1.
Discussion with George Parker, the FT political editor; Stephanie Flanders, chief market strategist for JP Morgan Asset Management, and Rupert Harrison, chief macro strategist for multi-asset at Blackrock and former chief of staff to George Osborne. Presented by Sebastian Payne.
François Fillon, a former prime minister, looks on course to become the surprise presidential candidate of the centre-right in next year’s French presidential elections. James Wilson asks Anne-Sylvaine Chassany, Paris correspondent, and Ben Hall, world news editor, what his appeal is and how he would fare in a contest against the far-right populist leader Marine Le Pen.
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