The price of oil has continued to fall, while Saudi Arabia resists cutting back on production.
The Federal Reserve has brought to a close an unprecedented monetary experiment.
A number of indicators point to rising prices in the US.
Barack Obama will spend the next two years grappling with a hostile Congress after the Senate falls to the Republicans. Emily Hohler reports.
Victory in America’s mid-term elections handed the Republicans control of both houses of Congress. Matthew Partridge looks at what it means for investors.
America’s quantitative easing programme is coming to an end. John Stepek looks at what this means for the US economy, and for the markets.
The Federal Reserve has finally pulled the plug on money printing. Merryn Somerset Webb explains what that means for your wealth.
Stockmarkets are struggling to ween themselves off central bank money-printing.
While the cost of getting hitched in America has fallen in inflation-adjusted term, nuptial celebrations still cost $25,000 on average.
Investors can expect more of the same, according to the ‘Bond King’ Bill Gross.