Investors have been confronted with a new and alarming possibility in the French presidential election: a run-off between the far left and the far right.
Articles written by Andrew Van Sickle
This latest chapter in Greek debt saga should buy Greece time until 2018, but it’s a fudge that won’t resolve the matter.
Donald Trump had threatened to brand China a currency manipulator, but has now retreated from that position.
US stocks hit new records in March, but have drifted downwards since then as more and more investors have decided that Trump looks both capricious and ineffectual.
The gulf between business and consumer sentiment and official statistics int he US hasn’t been this wide since 2000, according to Morgan Stanley.
On Sunday 16 April, Turkey will hold a referendum on whether its increasingly authoritarian president should be granted even more power. It’s difficult to see much upside whether the measures pass or not.
In the past few years, Brazil ’s economy has not been an auspicious backdrop for equities, yet the market has almost doubled to a six-year high since early 2016. So is the rally justified, and can it endure?
Donald Trump’s missile strike on Syria last week helped boost Brent crude to a four-week high of $56 a barrel. But will it last?
With investors in US stocks facing some of the worst returns in history, where should they turn for value?
Russian stocks jumped sharply in 2016, but this year they have slipped by 4% – the second-worst showing by an emerging market after Greece.