Diverging monetary policies in developed countries are affecting exchange rates and prospects for foreign capital flows to emerging markets, say Standard & Poor’s economists today in the report: ‘European Monetary
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In this interview in Australia, Professor Steve Keen of Kingston University predicts a full market crash in China and explains why the crushing of Greek democracy by the European Union
Fund manager Kames Capital has warned income investors to appreciate that risks remain with successful technology growth stocks; which may themselves become the target of disruptive technology. Insatiable demand for
Almost half (47%) of intermediaries are encouraging their clients to invest in multi asset products in response to the current market volatility. This was according to the latest Baring Asset
The Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) has revealed that 36% of its letting agents member reported that rents rose between May and June, the highest number since tracking began.