How corporates are tackling the 'elephant in the room'
Making the UK industry a world beater again
Focus on impact investing
Growth to fall to 1.5%
Pushing for transparency in the age of fake news
Uncertainty around restoration of Saudi production levels
Globalisation has come a long way fast, and many of the factors driving local inflation are now global in nature. But where will they go from here?
The 'strength' of London cannot be 'relocated' elsewhere
But 'unpredictablility of Brexit' remains a major downside risk
Forecasting major downturn
What if Abenomics fails?
The global economic outlook has darkened in recent months, with a slow recovery in the eurozone holding back many other economies, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has said.
Investors have questioned the ‘safe haven' status of gold as the US dollar shows signs of ending its long-term decline.
Neil Woodford has told Investment Week a "fragile" UK economic recovery could yet mean base rates stay at a record low for the next three years.
Boutique investment house Newscape Capital Group has closed its poorly-performing Dynamic Rates & Currency fund less than two years after bringing it to market, and has also shut its Absolute Bond fund, Investment Week understands.
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We are increasingly hopeful of a pick up in global growth in 2013. Developments in the US should mean the next upswing will be more sustainable. The Fed has committed to maintaining loose monetary policy long into the upturn, even if this causes inflation...
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has made a sharp cut to its forecast for UK growth in its latest interim economic assessment.
The European Central Bank(ECB) should launch an "unlimited" bond buying programme to help stem the eurozone debt crisis, according to the secretary-general of the OECD.