Leaks such as the Paradise Papers reveal something very worrying, says Matthew Lynn. And it’s not about those who have been caught up in the scandal.
Shinzo Abe’s tough stance on North Korea has won him support at the polls.
While the the Catalonia secession crisis continues in Spain, centrifugal forces in Italy are gaining momentum.
A new problem has cropped up in eastern Europe – a pro-Russia billionaire named Andrej Babis.
The Nikkei index has promptly claimed off the back of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s success at the polls.
The outgoing chairman of the People’s Bank of China warned that excessive optimism could lead to a sharp correction in the markets.
Football has become a multi-billion-pound business in recent decades – and European leagues’ popularity in emerging markets means there’s more to come, says Matthew Partridge.
Political stability usually comes at a price these days, says Merryn Somerset Webb. But there is one country where investors needn’t pay over the odds.
As property prices in Sweden come off the boil, John Stepek looks for clues as to what will become of Britain’s own inflated housing market.
Theresa May can only watch and weep as her Japanese counterpart, Shinzo Abe, basks in the glory from his thumping election victory.
Donald Trump’s threat to ditch the Iran nuclear deal could boost the country’s hardliners. But how does Iran’s political system and economy operate? Alex Rankine reports.