Daily Archives: February 3, 2017

US protectionism may be more talk than action, but that’s not to say it won’t have a currencies impact. Athanasios Vamvakidis of BofA Merrill Lynch tells Roger Blitz why, and also explains how to apply game theory to a Brexit transition deal and what that means for the pound

 

From fashion to music to drinking in pubs, the activities we do for delight and wonder have led to some of history’s greatest innovations. Steven Johnson, author of Wonderland: How play made the modern world, joins Cardiff Garcia to discus how what we do for pleasure often has astonishing effects on the serious parts of our lives, much later on.

 

As the transfer window slams shut for Europe’s top football leagues, Daniel Thomas asks Murad Ahmed, FT leisure correspondent, which clubs have spent their money most wisely, according to analysis of data from KPMG’s ‘Football Banchmark’.