Whoever has the most gold, makes the rules, says Dominic Frisby. For the moment, that’s the US – but don’t count on things staying that way.
President Donald Trump has pledged to maintain a trade deal with Britain after Brexit in March 2019. On what terms and is it in Britain’s interests to sign up?
Donald Trump and the reaction to him are making headlines around the world – and making waves in the financial markets. John Stepek explains how to deal with it all.
Donald Trump’s sabre rattling against China could spark a trade war between the tow countries that coiuld quickly envelop the rest of the globe.
Economists have been compared to poor, old Michael Fish. Yet, investors could learn a thing or two from the weatherman, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Eclectica Asset Management’s Hugh Hendry reckons we could soon be seeing inflation in Japan.
There’s plenty of unease as to what lies ahead this year, says Merryn Somerset Webb. But investors need not worry.
Could 2017 finally see the collapse of Europe? Or have we already passed peak-populism? Could we see a war between the US and China? John Stepek chairs our Roundtable discussion.
Pharmaceutical companies have hit the headlines for hiking prices for life-saving drugs by shocking amounts. What’s going on? Simon Wilson reports.
Emerging-markets fund manager Mark Mobius reckons we can expect to see populist parties do well for a while longer.
According to one of the world’s most successful investors, there are parallels between Margaret Thatcher’s rise to power in Britain and Donald Trump becoming US president. John Stepek explains.