10 years after the Lehman Brothers' collapse, a single trader has caused the Nasdaq Commodities exhange to lose more than €100 million from its systemic risk funds after his bets on the Nordic and German energy market backfired. Dr Stephen Connelly from Warwick Law School comments on whether post-Lehman safeguards are working.
Dr Andreas Kokkinis, expert in financial regulation from the School of Law, comments on the implications of the collapse of Lehman Brothers ten years ago.
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.
With England exceeding expectations in the FIFA World Cup, Dr Christopher Doyle, expert on the economics of professional sports, sheds light on how the tournament is impacting the economy.
As six EU countries agree to take in over 200 migrants stranded off Malta Dr Felicita Tramontana agrues that the deal further underlines divisions in the EU over the migrant issue.