There are plenty of reasons for investors to be nervous. Perhaps the biggest danger right now is Italy. John Stepek looks at how it could all blow up.
This week, Matthew Partridge looks at Arizona, one of the key battlegrounds for the control of the US Senate.
The French president has reshuffled his cabinet amid his plunging approval ratings.
It’s hard to see how Theresa May can cut the Gordian knot of the Irish border. Emily Hohler reports.
Stock markets have heaped plenty of woe on investors this week, says John Stepek. At least workers have reason to be cheerful.
Rising wages, record high employment, moderate inflation and a growing economy. Things are actually looking quite good for Britain at the moment, says John Stepek.
The effects of low-skilled immigration into the UK may be more complicated than many people think, says James Lewisohn.
Unilever, the consumer-goods giant, is staying in the UK after all. That tells us something important about Brexit, says Matthew Lynn.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos gave his workers a pre-Christmas boost, which led some to say that everyone else could do with one too. But don’t minimum wages cost jobs?
John Stepek looks at whether the charts that matter most to the global economy point to the market fall being just a blip, or if this is something more serious.
Inflation in Turkey has soared to its highest level since 2003. In August, the annual rate of consumer price inflation had reached around 18% but in September it was almost 25%.