Britain’s economic recovery may have lost momentum in the third quarter figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) suggest.
Articles written by Marina Gerner
Exchange-traded products (ETPs) are an increasingly popular choice with traders because of the wide variety of assets and markets they offer. Marina Gerner explains what they are and how to trade them.
A rebellion by fund managers shows just whose interests they’re serving, says Marina Gerner.
The idea of people’s QE has reignited interest in radical monetary policy. Marina Gerner looks at the lessons from Japan’s version of people’s QE: the voucher schemes of the 1990s.
If yours is one of the Volkswagen cars caught up in the emissions scandal, Marina Gerner explains what steps you can take.
The striking down of the ‘safe-harbour agreement’ with America by the EU’s highest court could lead to the balkanisation of the web.
The government will sell off Lloyds shares worth at least £2bn next spring, and members of the public will be able to buy them.
Volkswagen’s shares tumbled by around a third following revelations by the US Environmental Protection Agency that the German car giant cheated on emissions tests in America.