Nato frustration mounts over Turkey’s reluctance to take on Isis Islamist militants.
America’s QE programme is coming to an end – for now. John Stepek looks at the future for the markets, and what might force the Federal Reserve back into action.
Turkey’s mistrust of American foreign policy in Syria has put its ceasefire with Kurdish rebels at risk.
Exuberant equity investors have been dealt a reality check by the grim outlook on the global recovery.
Fears that the Ebola virus could spread further has already started to weigh on stockmarkets.
The oil price is stuck in a downward trend. That may be bad for oil producers, but it’s good for consumer economies like ours, says John Stepek.
Whether it’s stocks, property, commodities or currencies, things aren’t looking good. Dominic Frisby looks at what’s going on, and asks if it’s time to bet on the short side.
There are plenty of things that could be to blame for the markets’ current slump. But one thing stands out, says John Stepek. The eurozone crisis is back.
Investors can expect more of the same, according to the ‘Bond King’ Bill Gross.
The killer virus continues to claim lives in Africa – and has now spread beyond it. Matthew Partridge looks at the threat it poses.