Lloyds Banking Group has announced plans to axe around a tenth of its workforce.
Articles written by Andrew Van Sickle
The election victory of Dilma Rousseff has dented hopes of serious economic reform for Brazil.
Yet another recession in the eurozone looms, as German economic growth stumbles.
Thanks to reforms, the Mexican economy could be at the start of a new era of high growth.
The French economy has showed signs of moving in the right direction with reforms.
Stockmarkets are struggling to ween themselves off central bank money-printing.
American stocks are expensive. But investors waiting for a price slide may be waiting for some time.
Growth in the Chinese economy has slowed, but investors shouldn’t expect a crash.
The government has kept up its borrowing in order to bridge the gap created by falling tax income.
Market jitters have seen investors push the gold price higher.