The price of oil has continued to fall, while Saudi Arabia resists cutting back on production.
The price of oil in the future won’t be decided by the supply of crude, says Merryn Somerset Webb. It’ll be technology.
The falling oil price is good for consumers and the global economy, and opens up some great opportunities for investors, says John Stepek.
Riding a wave of money printing isn’t the best reason to buy stocks, says Merryn Somerset Webb. But who are we to argue?
The current financial system is preventing half the world’s population from enjoying a decent standard of living. Bitcoin and other alternative currencies could change all that, says Dominic Frisby.
Technological change is everywhere, says Merryn Somerset Webb. Investors who don’t want to be left behind should read Jim Mellon’s new book.
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.