US stock markets experienced one of their worst days so far this year on Wednesday.
If there was any remaining doubt, the EU economic data released Wednesday has provided even further support to the view that the ECB will need to cut interest rates to a new record-l...
The gloomy mood across financial markets instantly brightened after the US Trade administration (USTR) announced that it will remove some items from its target list and delay 10% tar...
There was a collective sigh of relief across financial markets on Tuesday after the Trump administration announced it will delay 10% tariffs on certain Chinese goods until December.
A burst of geopolitical risks across the globe is severely burning stock markets and fuelling risk aversion this morning.
After a roller-coaster ride in global financial markets last week, investors will have a new daily routine going forward – checking the daily fixing of the Chinese Yuan.
Confidence over the health of the UK economy was dealt a gut-wrenching blow this morning after GDP growth contracted for the first time since 2012 in the second quarter.
Asian stocks are mixed despite the stronger close for US equities, as markets limp towards the weekend.
After a 2% slide in US equities early Wednesday, the S&P 500 managed to erase all losses and end up 0.1% higher. Such market reversals have been very rare during the decade-long ...
Gold leapt more than 1.5% to a fresh six-year high on Wednesday after three central banks cut interest rates in the face of slowing global growth and persistent trade tensions.