US economy

Was it fake news wot won it?

Brexit bus © Rex Features

The Brexit vote and the US presidential election were swung by shadowy firms using sophisticated but underhand new techniques, say critics. Simon Wilson reports.

Bag the big winners

Richard Beddard picks five stocks that can grow for decades

  • Europe relaxes as Macron wins the first round

What’s coming next – inflation, deflation or more muddling through?

Whether we can expect prices to rise or fall is one of the most important questions facings investors. Dominic Frisby looks to the charts for a clue.

Trump stumbles at first hurdle

Trump has withdrawn legislation to repeal his predecessor’s Affordable Care Act due to lack of support. What does this mean for his presidency – and for markets? Simon Wilson reports.

Buffett’s bet: can a tracker trounce the hedgies?

There’s no sense in handing 1%-2% plus fees to fund managers when a cheap tracker gets results, says Stephen Connolly.

Trump raises stakes on China

President Donald Trump has plenty to discuss when he finally meets his Chinese opposite, says Matthew Partridge.

Is this the end of the line for the Trump trade?

President Donald Trump has stuck his party with a take it or leave it ultimatum over his healthcare reforms. The outcome, says John Stepek, could have serious consequences for investors.

Jim Rogers: pessimistic about America

Looming trade wars will spell trouble for the world’s biggest economy, reckons US investor Jim Rogers.

Trump versus the “deep state”

Fifty days into his presidency, Donald Trump is taking on the nation’s civil servants, says Emily Hohler.

How to invest as the Fed falls behind the curve

The Federal Reserve has raised US interest rates, but the “real” rate remains negative once inflation is factored in. John Stepek explains how it affects you.

Can the market really cope with higher interest rates?

Not long ago, the markets were discounting a US interest rate rise this month. But now, it looks like a foregone conclusion. John Stepek explains why, and what it means.

The threat from nationalistic policies to investors

Nationalistic policies can seriously affect investment returns – it’s time we learnt the lessons from America’s Great Depression, says Jonathan Compton.

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