Britain’s annualised inflation rate fell in March to 2.5%. That’s down from February’s 2.7% print and was lower than widely expected.
The Bitcoin price is heading south again. I last wrote about Bitcoin in the Daily Reckoning exactly four months ago. Since then the price has almost halved. Sure, there’s...
The UK itself has just been voted the most hated stock market around. And history shows that such a degree of dislike is often a buying opportunity.
UK pay packets are now growing faster than inflation once more
It's Spring Statement time
The 'P' word is back. With a vengeance. Protectionism
The Phillips curve is back in business. At first glance, the curve may seem like an anachronism, or merely a piece of economic arcana. After all, it does date...
Exactly 10 years ago, Newcastle-based lender Northern Rock had to be nationalised
Since the start of February, though, stock markets around the world have sold off. The FTSE 100, for example, lost all of 2017’s gains in just a fortnight
First shares, then houses