What happens after Parliament’s resounding rejection of Theresa May’s Brexit deal is anyone’s guess. Here, John Stepek outlines some scenarios, and explains what it all means for your money.
World powers including China and America are meeting at the G20 summit this weekend. John Stepek looks at what – if anything – is likely to come out of it.
Global trade volume slipped 1.1% in September, but that followed a record peak the previous month. Meanwhile, Chinese goods exports to all countries grew 15.6% year-on-year in October
Since early October, the oil price has fallen by a third to a one-year low of around $60 a barrel. But plenty of people will benefit from that.
Investors should welcome rising interest rates – they cause pain, but they also kill off uncompetitive firms.
The prime minister has a fight on her hands to get her Brexit deal through parliament. Matthew Partridge looks at how the bookies rate her chances.
An unlikely honeymoon between Wall Street and Mexican president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador is over before he even takes office.
Russia has sparked a dangerous escalation in Ukraine. Matthew Partridge reports.
Italy’s response to pressure from Brussels over its budget may be better orchestrated than it appears.
All sides in the debate have declared the PM’s Brexit deal dead. What comes next? Stuart Watkins reports.
Brexit fear has gripped the stockmarket. Now could be a rare opportunity to pick up London-listed stocks on the cheap, says Merryn Somerset Webb.