The US election cycle kicked off this week – and the results are unpredictable. Matthew Partridge considers how this might affect your investments.
The turmoil we’ve seen in the markets could be a taster of far worse things to come. So says investment guru Albert Edwards. Is he right? John Stepek investigates.
The US economy added nearly 300,000 jobs last month. But markets weren’t impressed. John Stepek explains why better job prospects may not be a good thing for stocks.
Janet Yellen will never seriously tighten US interest rates, says Bill Bonner. At the first sign of trouble, she will turn tail and run.
President Barack Obama has lifted the country’s 1975 ban on crude oil exports. What does this mean for the oil price? Simon Wilson reports.
US interest rates have finally been raised. But years of ultra-loose monetary policy have blown up bubbles all over the place. How long before they burst?
With US interest rates raised for the first time in nearly ten years, what happens next? John Stepek looks at what could surprise the markets in 2016.
An American rate rise looks to be imminent following the release of healthy US jobs data.
Investment guru Jeffrey Gundlach thinks the December American interest-rate rise is anything but a done deal.
Despite poor manufacturing data, the US dollar is closing in on its 12-year high last seen in April.
Donald Trump may be a buffoon, but he represents the rise of the Republican far right, and its desire to shoot its way out of any problem.