Britain’s rampant housing market may finally be losing some steam.
For anyone wanting to know when interest rates will rise, it has been another confusing week.
If Scottish nationalists really want independence, they’d better ditch the pound, says John Stepek.
The end of the era marked by ultra-low interest rates draws ever nearer. And as Matthew Partridge explains, that’s something the housing market is dreading.
Has Boris Johnson got what it takes to fill Britain’s top job? Emily Hohler reports.
The strength of sterling has hit sales and earnings at many London-listed companies.
David Cameron has come under pressure to follow President Obama’s lead in tackling the Isis insurgency.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has kept everyone guessing as to when interest rates will rise.
Nothing is ever certain when investing, says John Stepek. That’s why you need to protect your portfolio from the unexpected.
Big companies are sitting on too much cash, says Matthew Lynn. It’s time to get the money moving again.