The continued squeeze on spending power makes it unlikely this year will be a fairy-tale Christmas for the UK's consumers and retailers
The growth in popularity of smart beta investment amongst European investors continues. According to a recent survey by exchange-traded funds (ETF) Invesco PowerShares
The Bank of England governor is off the hook - for now. UK inflation came in at 3% in October, holding steady at the previous month's level
Iron ore prices have been extremely volatile over recent years, with the market characterised by both concentrated demand and supply. So, what should we expect to see next from iron ore?
Britain's pound is under attack from all sides: after its first-half rally, sterling is being eroded by slowing service sector and consumer activity and a central bank that doesn't believe its own hawkishness
Apple shares have been storming ahead of late, with the company experiencing phenomenal demand for its new iPhone X and continuing to beat results expectations.
Given the country´s vast natural resources, the Australian dollar has long been labelled as a commodity currency. But will the Aussie dollar ever return to its 2011 commodity super-cycle peak?
Any last lingering hopes that the UK consumer might somehow lead the country to the sunlit uplands of economic growth have surely been well and truly crushed by figures published by the British Retail Consortium
A monarch avoiding tax payment is always a good hook for a news story. However, the latest ‘tax scandal’ related to the Paradise Papers goes much deeper than whether HM is paying HMRC a fair amount.
So far, 2017 has been a relatively good year for new market listings in London but, on Friday, two companies have announced the withdrawal of their planned flotations
Industrial metals prices have rallied sharply this year against strong demand and more constrained supply. But some metals appear to be better supported than others by underlying fundamentals.
The only certainties in human life are death and taxes. Interest rate movements do not feature in this elite group. However certain the world's experts are today that the Bank of England will announce an interest rate rise tomorrow
A couple of days ago, the price of digital currency Bitcoin reached a new all-time high as it passed $6,300 (£4,788). Yet Warren Buffet has called it an “Enron in the making”. So what’s the truth?
Wednesday's Federal Reserve November policy meeting is expected to deliver few surprises, but the central bank will be involved in the biggest risk event of the week as President Trump nominates the new Fed chair
US gross domestic product rose by an annual rate of 3% in the third quarter - a feat that has surprised the market and economists considering the impact of two devastating hurricanes during the period