Daily Archives: March 10, 2017

Benjamin Netanyahu should be feeling on top of the world after a high profile visit to the White House last month. But at home, the Israeli prime minister faces three police investigations that are testing his reputation for political invincibility. Gideon Rachman discusses what this could mean for Israel with the FT’s Jerusalem bureau chief John Reed and FT International affairs editor David Gardner.

 

Writer Erica Grieder joins Cardiff Garcia to discuss what the rest of America can learn from the economic model of Texas, and how the state will be affected by the Trump administration’s trade and immigration policies.

 

Strong Eurozone growth and inflation has increased talk about the European Central Bank moving away from easy monetary conditions. But Max Kettner of Commerzbank tells Roger Blitz why the case for a stronger euro is balanced at best