We take a look at whether the rise of share buybacks is a sign that the nine-year long bull market is long in the tooth.
US stock market
Investors aren’t expecting a recession anytime soon, according to a recent survey. Are they correct or complacent?
Stock market prices are going down on the back of good news – perhaps indicating valuations have reached a top.
The US economy grew at a faster than expected rate at the end of 2017. When will the current US economic expansion end?
While tech shares have started to recover, trouble may still lay ahead for the sector.
Unease over US jobs data sparked a serious case of market jitters, but Ceri Jones views it as an opportunity.
Global stock markets have suffered steep falls this week – we consider where investors should be looking for bargains.
Last week’s global equity sell-off has continued Monday morning, with the FTSE 100 losing over 1 per cent since the opening bell.
Growth appears to be solid and unemployment low, both of which should be supportive of markets.
Under Trump, the S&P 500 has risen by more than 20 per cent and the Dow by 30 per cent.