The collapse of the US investment bank on 15 September 2008 sent shockwaves through markets. We explain the impact in the decade since.
A review of markets in August when US equities advanced but other regions lost ground against a backdrop of trade tensions and a currency crisis in Turkey.
Our investment experts consider the prospects for Europe’s banks as the sector faces challenges including ongoing low interest rates and Italian political uncertainty.
The bull market in US shares has reached 3,453 days. We explain how it happened and suggest what might happen next.
Elon Musk, CEO of electric carmaker Tesla, has suggested he will take the company private. We look at the benefits and costs of a stockmarket listing.
Our economics, equities and debt teams share their views on Turkey, where the lira has fallen sharply and raised concerns about broader market contagion.
We’re approaching the end of the economic cycle, but markets are not stupid. Investors waiting for a significant collapse in the equity market because the economy is slowing may be in for a long wait.