Recent political events worldwide have shown just how far and fast markets can move when politicians and politics interferes.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has said the UK will seek a post-Brexit transitional period and pay into the EU budget until 2020 – but is leaving the Single Market.
Banks trying to maintain profit growth in an era of low interest rates and executives who refused to think the unthinkable were responsible for the financial crisis and crucial lessons remain to be learned
When buying a house we are often told that location is everything, and this is becoming a key factor in the profitability for those companies concerned with building and selling homes, too
Dublin-based drinks maker C&C Group plc is joining forces with privately held Proprium Capital Partners and the management of pub operator Admiral Taverns in a management buyout.
Coal has been on a tear of late as Chinese imports have surged to meet increased domestic demand. Nevertheless, the long-term future for coal prices must surely be less bright.
Cloud computing is boosting the share price and revenues of service providers such as Amazon, Microsoft and Apple.
Copenhagen-listed AP Møller - Mærsk A/S is pushing ahead with its plans to create an integrated transport & logistics company. It has agreed to sell Maersk Oil for US$7.45bn
Just as the dollar was enjoying a late summer rally, signs of increasing dovishness from the Federal Reserve have put the greenback's recovery on hold
China´s policymakers are facing one of their most significant dilemmas of modern times. In its latest report on the world´s second largest economy, the IMF issued an emphatic warning over rising Chinese debt levels.