UK retailers have struggled all year. Now even the most lucrative time of the year threatens to be spoilt for them.
The Indian summer in the stock market has come to an end. Nothing but foul weather can be seen on the horizon.
Reports that Theresa May's Withdrawal Agreement is dead and buried are greatly exaggerated.
There’s still a lot of work to do if “one of the largest deals ever made” isn’t to turn into the biggest deception ever.
Government intervention in the stock market: a way to save the economy or a bail-out programme for failing companies?
Concerns about Brexit have branded the UK "uninvestable". But the gloom is overdone. The UK is still highly investable.
The longest bull market in Wall Street history seems to be ending with a whimper, not a bang. 2018 is seeing a stealth crash.
The stock markets have been propped up by a record amount of stock buybacks. That's like peeing your pants to stay warm.
The shopping holiday is supposed to be a blessing for retailers, but it could actually be a curse for physical stores.
Last year bitcoin was presented as a financial cure-all. New money. Digital gold. A hedge. Now we know it's none of these things.