The euro has slid against the dollar. But compared to a basket of trading partners’ currencies, it’s performance has been solid.
Russia is on the verge of a full-on emerging-market crisis. Cris Sholto Heaton looks at similar past crises, and asks when should investors buy in.
A flare-up of the eurozone crisis could be on the cards as Greece’s prime minister fights to win over MPs.
The Russian rouble may have stopped falling, but its economy still faces a long, cold winter. Is Putin’s position under threat? Dr Matthew Partridge investigates.
Investors have responded positively this morning to the US Federal Reserve’s promise to take a cautious approach to raising interest rates.
Russia’s drastic interest-rate hike is a sure sign the country’s in trouble. But as John Stepek explains, it’s not the only market that’s feeling the pain.
Greece could be on the path to a government that would make its position in the eurozone untenable. That could have a huge impact on the rest of the continent.
Britain can relax about the mess the eurozone is in, says Matthew Lynn. Whatever happens, it’s a win-win situation for the UK.
The ECB has no choice, says John Stepek. Quantitative easing is inevitable for Europe. And that sets the stage for a huge rally in eurozone stocks.
The Greek prime minister’s decision to call a snap presidential election could lead to a chaotic Geek exit, or ‘Grexit’, from the eurozone.