European Council president Donald Tusk shared a draft of the deal that has to keep Britain in the EU. The world went mad over an outcome everybody expected.
The EU referendum campaigns have kicked off but neither side can tell us about the endgame. What happens if Britain leaves? What's next after Brexit?
There’s a simple explanation for what’s been going on with the Chinese economy lately. China is suffering the effects of tighter monetary policy.
Like the Schuman underground station in Brussels, the Schengen Agreement is a project that was never finished. Brussels seems to have a problem with following through.
The Federal Reserve has become more transparent in previous decades. You'd think that would be a good thing, but it's only introduced a new guessing game.
The great irony of armed conflict is that few welcome war but it happens anyway through a complex mix of accident, ambition, revenge and escalation.
Terrorism is a challenge the West faces, but it is a fight on more than one front. Financial markets are battlefields, too.
What would happen to the pound in the event of a Brexit? In the foreign exchange market, there's always a winner. In a Brexit, that could be sterling.
With all the uncertainty created by the EU referendum, many people suggest we will see selling pressure on the pound. Will the vote be a sword of Damocles?
The EU referendum debate will run and run. Whether Britain stays or leaves, Britain could prove to be the winner. A Brexit doesn't have to be a disaster.