With impeachment of the US president firmly on the table, now is a good time to take a look at the latest betting markets related to American politics.
Articles written by Dr Matthew Partridge
Thomas Cook has gone bust, leaving stakeholders, politicians and managers all blaming each other.
Harry Marks used his position as the owner of a financial newspaper to con investors into putting their savings into a non-existent gold mine.
German carmaker VW is putting the emissions scandal behind it, says Matthew Partridge. Traders should go long.
Markets are now open on the number of seats that each individual party could win at the next election. Matthew Partridge takes a look at the odds.
Boris Johnson could secure a Brexit deal. But the details had better be forthcoming soon.
The Hong Kong stockmarket is muscling in on a tie-up between the London Stock Exchange and data provider Refinitiv. It is set to fail, says Matthew Partridge.
Th delay of its planned initial public offering (IPO) is a setback for office rental company WeWork.
Tsuyoshi Kikukawa who served as managing director, president and chairman of Japanese camera maker Olympus, hid $1.7bn of losses in the firm.
Matthew Partridge looks at the bookies’ odds on the UK leaving the EU with no deal.