Ed Bowsher makes his best guesses on what we are likely to hear in George Osborne’s Autumn Statement.
Miners have had it tough lately. And one sector in particular has been badly beaten up. But despite all the gloom, a ‘stealth bull market’ could be forming.
David Thornton reports on how ‘big data’ is playing an ever greater role in measuring performance in the workplace.
Who knows where digital money might take us, asks Bill Bonner.
Does Larry Summer’s unusually frank remarks tell us something about the Federal Reserves easy-money policies?
The rise of shale gas and the on-going interest in renewables has resulted in several new investment trusts. Matthew Partridge looks at some of the best.
Ed Bowsher explains when it makes sense to buy ‘expensive’ shares, and highlights two companies that could prove to be very decent investments.
As living costs rise, more of us are making huge savings by sharing goods and services with strangers. Merryn Somerset Webb reports.
The bottom line
$130,000The amount raised at auction for a collection of Bibles, including the first to land on the moon. The book was carried there by astronaut Edgar Mitchell on the Apollo 14 mission in February 1971.