Brexit was never going to be the disaster that the Remainers promised it would be. In fact, in several areas it’s already been good news.
If ever you needed proof that some of today’s ‘asset’ prices have become completely mad, here it is.
Today I’m going to take a closer look at the connection between economic upsets and the US stock market. And right now it’s painting a pretty scary picture.
What was OK a few years ago just isn’t considered so now.
US electric car maker Tesla is now valued by investors higher than Ford, the second oldest vehicle manufacturer in the world.
In today’s opening quotes, shares in London are rebounding - along with the rest of the world.
Yesterday the S&P 500 index lost more than 1%. Here are three more warning signs that American stocks could be topping out…
Almost nine months since Britain voted to leave the EU, the country is still here. What’s more, it still appears to be doing fine.
Oil is back in the news again. While financial markets elsewhere have been volatile, Brent crude has been trading in a narrow band.