Investors have responded positively this morning to the US Federal Reserve’s promise to take a cautious approach to raising interest rates.
About once a decade, the dollar makes a world-shaking lurch. It’s time to prepare for the next one, says James Ferguson.
American markets are expected to be buoyed by positive retail sales data in the US.
History suggests the third year of every presidential term is the time to load up on American shares.
A European Central Bank meeting to discuss stimulus measures will dictate investor sentiment in America when the market opens.
All eyes will be on Apple when the Nasdaq stock exchange opens shortly, with the falling price of oil also on investors’ minds.
Oil stocks are expected to take the brunt of a softer opening on the New York Stock Exchange.
US telecoms are battling President Obama’s call for all internet traffic to be treated equally. How might this regulatory spat affect internet users? Simon Wilson investigates.
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.