Pierre Briançon, Moneyish

Pierre Briançon

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United Kingdom

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Recent articles by Pierre:

How the Champagne-and-handbag fight between France and America might end

Trump’s tariffs single out France but other EU countries are going to tax the internet giants. The best course would be for OECD talks to conclude next year... → Read More

Eurozone banking union may help stave off crisis… in Germany

The principle that a euro in Brindisi is equivalent to a euro in Berlin does not hold true for sovereign bonds denominated in the common currency → Read More

What investors could learn from France’s 1980s socialist era

How would the markets react to a Labour government? → Read More

Why Deutsche Bank investors may feel Achleitner has to go

Deutsche has lost €10m since Paul Achleitner became chair in June, 2012, and its share price is a fourth of what it was back then → Read More

The U.K. is growing like France. Why does it get a bad rap?

Brexit uncertainty and the December general election weigh on the economy → Read More

How France gets away with breaking EU rules on its budget deficit every year

European Commission slams no-progress on structural fiscal deficit → Read More

Draghi leaves Lagarde a dove to care for — and she will have help

The next ECB leadership will not look like the one Draghi lorded over — there are some welcome additions → Read More

This is almost the worst possible Brexit deal — but at least it’s a deal

Last-minute agreement doesn’t remove economic problems → Read More

How climate change is ‘creating a dilemma’ for the world’s central bankers

As if dealing with short-term economic swings, monitoring inflation and setting interest rates wasn’t enough, central bankers are worrying about climate change. → Read More

How climate change is ‘creating a dilemma’ for the world’s central bankers

As if dealing with short-term economic swings, monitoring inflation and setting interest rates wasn’t enough, central bankers are worrying about climate change. → Read More

Europe’s Brexit hit can be softened: Here’s how

Even if the UK leaves the EU on October 31, Brexit will be far from over — it will only just have begun → Read More

Why Draghi and Europe’s bankers talk past each other

Bankers oppose his policies, but governments won’t do anything to make them unnecessary → Read More

What London can expect from the new European Commission

Two European Commission officials will soon become famous names in British political circles — for reasons good and bad → Read More

Mario Draghi launches long-haul monetary easing

The ECB has launched a new round of monetary easing that surprised markets → Read More

What if Britain had been a member of the eurozone?

Could it be that Brexit would not have happened had the UK been signed up to the euro? → Read More

Greece’s crisis was a tragedy — and a preventable one

Journalists for Bloomberg and Kathimerini had a front-row seat to the Euro crisis that devastated the peripheral nation → Read More

It’s not about when the next economic crisis hits, it’s about how

Contrary to what has happened in some past crises, no one will be able to claim they didn’t see the next one coming → Read More

A new challenge for central banks: governments as adversaries

The huge uncertainties hanging over the world economy have left central bankers facing governments whose policies directly counteract their own → Read More

What Germany’s dismal GDP means for Europe and interest rates

New figures confirm the lackluster performance of the German economy hit by rising trade fears → Read More

A perfect storm is brewing in Europe this Halloween

Inexperienced leaders at the EU’s two most-important bodies will have to deal with global economic crises – not to mention Brexit – on November 1 → Read More