Wednesday 15 October 2014 saw a very volatile day in financial markets, highlighting the rapidly changing global economic environment
On 18 September, residents of Scotland will be asked, ‘Should Scotland be an independent country?’ Here’s a short overview of the Scottish referendum.
Investors have been braced for more monetary stimulus since Mario Draghi signalled willingness for imminent quantitative easing.
Inflation rates have fallen significantly in the eurozone this year and led the ECB to announce, on 5 June, a packet of measures to head off deflationary threats. The jury is now out on how effective these measures will be.
European equities set to shine on profits outlook, valuation and possible ECB policy support.
The relationship between central banks and financial markets is complex.
Developed economies could face chronically weak demand and slow economic growth