So this is weird. On 11 April someone detonated three bombs near to Borussia Dortmund’s team bus.
Today I’m going to take a closer look at the connection between economic upsets and the US stock market. And right now it’s painting a pretty scary picture.
So we’re off to the polls. Again. I am thrilled to bursting…
Geopolitics will continue to keep a floor under gold prices.
I have just paid a visit to Horizon’s gleaming new building on the Cambridge Research Park, and I think I know why investors have finally seen the light.
The “Trump Trade” is over. Having stopped pricing in the best outcome, markets may soon be pricing in the worst.
What was OK a few years ago just isn’t considered so now.
This story is bubbling away under the surface. And once you start noticing it, it pops up everywhere.
Behavioural economics challenges the idea that people always behave rationally. It’s just as applicable to investing.
Mark Carney defends post-crisis regulation. But the evidence shows it WON’T prevent another financial crisis
UK companies being targeted by foreign competitors might not be the best thing to happen to Britain right now.
The stock market’s gone nowhere for two weeks. There’s no euphoria, but no real fear either. Feels complacent…
US electric car maker Tesla is now valued by investors higher than Ford, the second oldest vehicle manufacturer in the world.
The past week has raised significant questions about whether this British government has the diplomacy required to deliver the best possible Brexit deal.
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