“Populism” – on the left and the right – is on the march in Europe, and the establishment looks vulnerable in May’s elections to the European Parliament. What happens next?
For the first time in 18 years, US companies have more job openings than there are unemployed Americans.
China hopes to move from an economy driven by investment to one based on consumption and service. But there are plenty of doubts as to whether it can pull it off.
Aside from the more serious bets, bookies are now offering odds on which household items will be out of stock after Brexit. Matthew Partridge reports.
Donald Trump stuns his allies over his plans to pull troops from Syria.
MPs opposed to no-deal have tied the PM’s hands. Matthew Partridge reports.
Donald Trump continues to battle Democrats over his planned wall, with neither side backing down.
The single currency project is now 20 years old. But is there anything to celebrate? Emily Hohler reports.
In the world of finance, everyone is desperate to learn what the future holds. But, says Merryn Somerset Webb, it rarely holds what we expect.
From buying Brazil to apocalyptic solar flares and the notion of a European debt jubilee, John Stepek looks at some of the more outlandish calls analysts are making for 2019.
A grim Christmas trading period has given way to New Year euphoria. John Stepek looks at whether it really is time to celebrate, and explains what it means for your money.