The US mid-terms have resulted in a gridlock with a red Senate and a blue Congress. That's great news for investors.
The money manager who successfully shorted subprime mortgages is now betting against UK stocks. Should we be worried?
After October's stock market correction, investors are pondering whether to sell, shift into defensive stocks, or do nothing.
Chancellor Philip Hammond promises rainbows and unicorns in this year's Budget, but only if the UK leaves the EU with a deal.
Eccentric behaviour is only tolerated if do what you’re paid to do. Can Musk combine extravagance with good performance?
What does it take for governments to start acting more decisively against the ever relapsing banking industry?
The Brexit negotiations are having a big impact on the pound's movements. Is sterling a good gauge of investor sentiment?
A new type of cryptocurrency is backed by real-world assets. Cryptocurrency could be a step closer to becoming actual currency.
The next financial crisis may not start exactly the same as the last one, but almost the same.
When the market plunged last week analysts had their excuses ready. The truth is nobody understands stock market movements.