Negative bond yields: could the 2020s mark the end of this freakish financial phenomenon?
If there’s one thing the 2010s will be notable for, it's the incredible things happening in the bond market. John Stepek asks if we've finally seen th…
The charts that matter: as the year draws to a close, optimism reigns
At the end of an eventful year, John Stepek casts his eye over the charts that matter the most to the global economy.
China’s maturing corporate bond market
Chinese companies are defaulting on their debt in record numbers. And the trouble could spread to state-owned enterprises.
Don’t bet on a stellar 2020 for the pound – but UK stocks should do fine
With the dust starting to settle after the general election, John Stepek looks at what the new Tory government might mean for your investments.
The bond bubble has yet again failed to burst
2019 looks set to go down as the year in which the bond bubble yet again failed to burst
Mini-bonds could spell big trouble for small investors
Investors have been seduced by the high interest rates on mini-bonds, but they’re not as safe as they seem.