Global

05NOV 2018

Markets

Shocktober: Seven charts that tell the story of the worst month for stocks in six years

Here are our charts of the month for October, when stock markets sold off sharply.

OCTOBER

31OCT 2018

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - November 2018

The market selloff, the return of fiscal policy, a slowdown in eurozone data and Bolsanaro's Brazil victory all feature in our monthly analysis of the global economy.

25OCT 2018

Markets

Market falls: cause for alarm or calm?

It’s been a torrid period for stock markets recently. We examine what’s been happening and find out why some investors think it could be a time of opportunity.

25OCT 2018

Markets

High grade credit: you get what you pay for

Investment grade corporate bonds look expensive, but given positive changes in fundamental credit quality in recent years the asset class still presents attractive opportunities.

24OCT 2018

Markets

Our multi-asset views for October 2018

Our asset allocation views this month include an upgrade to equities overall, and also specifically in Japan.

23OCT 2018

Markets

Is sugar turning Big Food into the next Big Tobacco?

And, if so, is legislation the best option? David Prosser of The Times canvasses opinions on either side.

17OCT 2018

Markets

Climate dashboard points to 4°C rise despite healthy increase in carbon prices

The latest update to our Climate Progress Dashboard implies the current pace of change - across the measures we track - will lead to long-run temperatures rises of around 4° Celsius.

16OCT 2018

Markets

Infographic: Sustainability Report Q3 2018

In the latest sustainability report we provide an update on our Climate Progress Dashboard and look at the increasing risks posed by cyber crime.

16OCT 2018

Economics

Infographic: A view of the global economy in October 2018

In this month's infographic we look at whether trade wars will end the current economic cycle and the issues facing Italy's highly indebted government.

12OCT 2018

Economics

Tough week for markets amid worries over rising interest rates

Yesterday’s softer US inflation reading has helped to settle stock markets but we still expect further rate increases and trade tensions to remain a concern.