John Stepek looks to the global economy’s most important charts to if they can shed any light on the direction of the world’s markets.
Economics and history didn’t end with the fall of communism after all. TS Lombard’s Charles Dumas tells Merryn Somerset Webb where they’re going next.
Investors enjoyed a 25% increase in the Philippines’ benchmark index in 2017. This year, however, has been a disappointment.
There’s water everywhere, but if there is to be a drop to drink in the future, big changes will be needed. Investors can help keep the taps running, says Stuart Watkins.
Australia has announced plans to restrict some skilled migrants from living in its largest cities.
The disappearance of a critic has sparked a storm. Matthew Partridge reports.
The UN wants drastic action on climate change, but is it over-reacting, asks Emily Hohler.
Hedge funds are betting that the oil price will top $100 per barrel in 2019, which will drive up global inflation.
Sales of new cars are plummeting. If Dominic Frisby’s experience is anything to go by, that’s no surprise. Soon, nobody will ever need to own a car again. Here’s why.
With the US economy continuing to grow apace, John Stepek looks at all the charts that matter, including the all important bond yields.
The International Court of Justice ruled that the US should ease sanctions on Iran, says Alex Rankine. But the judgement is unlikely to change White House policy.