The great and the good are panicking about the global economy, fearing a repeat of 2008. But the next disaster will be different, says John Stepek. And focusing on the past risks missing the hazards ahead.
Emerging markets may be struggling, but the Philippines is still looking bright. Here’s one fund to buy in to the country’s impressive growth.
While the copper price could stage a temporary recovery, don’t count on the bounce lasting.
The FTSE 100 continued to climb yesterday, adding a further 0.8% to close at 6,374.
While the International Monetary Fund points to a bad year for global growth, Britain’s economy picks up speed.
A weak US jobs reports has pushed back an expected rise in American interest rates yet further back.
Merryn Somerset Webb talks to author Matt Ridley about how nobody is in control of the world economy – and that’ s exactly how it should be.