All the talk at the moment is of deflation. But, asks John Stepek, what if the thing we should really be worrying about is the return of inflation?
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Britain is experiencing deflation for the first time in 50 years. But is that such a bad thing? John Stepek explains the pros and cons of falling prices.
Spotting financial bubbles isn’t difficult. What’s hard is predicting what will burst them. Here, John Stepek looks at what might bring the bond bubble to an end.
David Cameron’s victory was the best result for investors. But expect some stealth taxes in the wake of the election, says John Stepek.
The recent spike in bond yields could be the start of something big. John Stepek explains how the bond market works, and how to protect yourself when the bubble bursts.
The IMF is meeting Greece yet again to discuss its debt crisis. But anyone expecting a settlement is going to be very disappointed. John Stepek explains why.
With the Conservatives set for victory, some stability has returned to British politics. But big questions remain – not least Scotland and the EU. John Stepek looks at what lies in store over the next five years.
With no obvious front-runner, the outcome of the election is far from clear. But no matter who wins – or doesn’t win – it will have a huge impact on your finances, says John Stepek.
Desperate last-minute vote-grabbing has muddied the waters. John Stepek peers through the murk.
The uncertainty surrounding the outcome of the election is making markets very nervous. And this is just the beginning, says John Stepek. There’s plenty more volatility to come.