‘Rexit’ is the word flying around Wall Street today, as analysts absorb the impact of Donald Trump’s sacking of US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson – and wake up to its potential impact on oil prices.
Stock markets across the globe suffered a sharp sell-off in late January and early February. While it was assumed fears of the impact of rising inflation on the pace of US rate hikes was the trigger, the sell-off was exacerbated by exchange-traded products based on volatility measures, a new report finds
How does one communicate an increasingly hawkish policy path in an utterly dovish manner? Step forward Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, who delivered a masterclass in nuance at Thursday's February governing council press conference
There will have to be compromises by both sides over Brexit – and the UK is looking for a “unique and unprecedented partnership” with the European Union. That was the message from British prime minister Theresa May
President Donald Trump’s abrupt announcement of steep tariffs on steel and aluminium on Thursday caused seismic market reactions with the Dow plunging over 400 points at close and sparking a sell off in Asian and European equities on Friday.
The transformation of Britain's high street continues with the likely disappearance of another two well-known retail brands as the owners of Toys R Us and Maplin put their businesses up for sale