How prescient were our market pundits’ predictions for 2019? Tom Bailey revisits their January forecasts.
Hungary copies the UK in leaving the EU, while investors find oil more profitable than clean energy.
Paul Craig considers where we are in the economic cycle, and offers his view on markets in 2020.
We share a range of views on the outlook for US markets.
Conditions suggest that the eurozone and US economies are heading down a similar path to Japan, but this can be avoided, suggests Artur Baluszynski.
As the country counts down to a general election, our expert panel backs the UK.
Mini bubbles are occuring all the time in tech, but it is vital not to confuse unicorns with the whole sector, says William de Gale.
Shinzō Abe became Japan’s longest-serving prime minster this week prompting a reflection on his “three arrows
Charles Stanley strategist John Redwood examines interest rate cuts worldwide and moves to keep markets liquid.