Private polls—and a timely ‘concession’ from the face of Leave—allowed the funds to make millions off the pound’s collapse.
The steady creep of authoritarianism in the country ensured that the opposition had little chance to challenge the Turkish president.
Central bankers can’t be stewards of productivity, that’s a politician’s job.
Apple and Google have found easy ways to circumvent the antitrust commissioner’s demands.
The government has hatched another misguided response to sky-high prices.
It should lose points for divergence on the stress test, not gain on appeal.