Dr Andreas Kokkinis, Assistant Professor, School of Law, expects the Brexit blueprint to display the UK as effectively remaining part of the Customs Union but will do nothing to preserve London's position as the world's most prominent financial centre.
Professor Christian Stadler, expert in strategic business management at Warwick Business School, discusses the motoring company Tesla’s record quarterly loss of almost $710m (£523m).
As Boris Johnson attempts to reassure voters that the UK's split from the EU is a cause for "hope not fear" Dr Andreas Kokkinis, School of Law, highlights potential trade arrangments the UK may face post-Brexit.
Professor Mark Skilton from the Warwick Business School shares thoughts on Web giant Amazon reporting a lower-than-expected third quarter profit which has caused shares to tumble in after-hours trading.
Professor Nigel Driffield from the Warwick Business School shares some thoughts on the chancellor inviting China to bid for HS2 contracts
The first issue to address is whether this is seeking to attract trade or foreign investment. The wording of the text is that they want Chinese companies to tender for certain parts of the infrastructure, which essentially suggests trade – ie importing sub-assemblies, components, even trains from China (or the lines themselves).