Unlike most financial writers, who are too serious for their own good, Michael Lewis has a sense of humour and he deploys it deftly.
George Trefgarne says we can look forward to an era of abundant and relatively cheap gas extracted from rock
Until the credit crunch sent bankers to the naughty step of capitalism, the spot was occupied by oilmen.
George Trefgarne says there’s no need to worry about recent dramatic swings in oil prices: despite Opec production cuts, there’s ample supply for a new era of cheap energy
George Trefgarne argues that nationalisation undermines fundamental principles of honesty and trust in banking
George Trefgarne on the businessmen who shaped Ronald Reagan.
George Trefgarne reckons the coffee shop may have met its match
George Trefgarne draws lessons for today’s shareholders and corporate executives from a new history of the East India Company
BAA’s new owners, Grupo Ferrovial, are too busy juggling their debt portfolio to attend to the current crisis in Britain’s major airports
George Trefgarne says that no well-run company would have risked its capital on the ill-starred A380 — but then Airbus is not so much a business as a political symbol
Suddenly it is starting to look as if the period after 1914 — when London lost its position as the financial capital of the world to New York — was an aberration