The Democrats appear to have won both Senate seats in Georgia and with that control of the Upper House; this gives Joe Biden greater mobility in confirming his cabinet in the coming weeks and attempting to get legislation passed (though qualifiers remain); we also look at how the losses will affect the Republican party in the next two years; are we about to see a return to fiscal conservatism or are the GOP’s voters not ready to abandon Trumpist populism just yet?
We’ve spoken again to Paul Major, fund manager at BB Healthcare in order to hear his latest thoughts on the rollout of vaccines in the UK and what new data is telling us about the future of COVID-19.
Last week we hosted a call with the MP Andrew Griffith and our clients, the subject being the long-term questions the UK needs to resolve to keep a competitive economic edge post-Brexit and post-pandemic.
In time for Chinese New Year, we present this interview with Shehzad Qazi. Shehzad is managing director of China Beige Book, the world’s leading China-focused data analytics and economic forecasting firm. He’s a frequent guest and contributor for American news networks and publications, and is also an elected member of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations.
In our latest interview with the Silicon Valley entrepreneur Damien Scott, we explore the current market support for the EV opportunity..
Optimism is high, new EVs are rolling out under a more sympathetic presidential administration, mobility technology companies are increasingly using the SPAC route to market, rumours abound re a Big tech OEM tieup but does present infrastructure permit a smooth transition to an entirely electric future? And what are the lessons for a country like the UK also hoping to increase uptake of EVs?