The supply-chain crisis: what’s going on?
Felixstowe: turning away ships from Asia
In Depth

The supply-chain crisis: what’s going on?

Chaos in global supply chains is affecting the availability of everything from milkshakes to microchips
22 Oct 2021
Trouble in China: ‘triple shock’ has taken its toll
Power cuts have shut down many factories in China
In Focus

Trouble in China: ‘triple shock’ has taken its toll

The world’s second-largest economy is ailing, with worrying ramifications for the global outlook
22 Oct 2021
The interest rate debate
Clouds over the City: is there trouble ahead?
Why we’re talking about . . .

The interest rate debate

Is the Bank of England’s apparent volte-face on inflation justified?
15 Oct 2021
Out of fashion: Asos ‘curse’ has struck again
Asos online fashion website
In Brief

Out of fashion: Asos ‘curse’ has struck again

Share price tumbles following the departure of CEO Nick Beighton
14 Oct 2021
Supermarket sweep: Morrisons taken private
Morrisons supermarket
In Focus

Supermarket sweep: Morrisons taken private

Last weekend’s auction proved ‘strangely underwhelming’
8 Oct 2021
The Bond market: 007’s economic impact
Daniel Craig and Ana de Armas in No Time to Die
Expert’s view

The Bond market: 007’s economic impact

What the experts said about the film franchise’s latest blockbuster
7 Oct 2021
Universal Music: don’t stop me now…
Lucian Grainge is CEO of Universal Music Group
In Brief

Universal Music: don’t stop me now…

Investors are betting heavily that the ‘boom’ in music streaming ‘still has a long way to go’
24 Sep 2021

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The Chase app: challenging the challengers
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon: fintech challenge
Expert’s view

The Chase app: challenging the challengers

JPMorgan Chase has launched a digital bank in London
23 Sep 2021
The gas crunch
The UK’s gas supplies are reliant on Russian pipelines
Getting to grips with . . .

The gas crunch

High gas prices are creating chaos in energy markets – and Britain is particularly vulnerable
17 Sep 2021
EasyJet/Wizz: battle for air supremacy 
Wizz Air and easyJet aircraft
In Brief

EasyJet/Wizz: battle for air supremacy 

‘Wizz’s cheeky takeover bid will have come as a blow to the corporate ego’
17 Sep 2021
The Future Fund
Rishi Sunak: picking winners?
Expert’s view

The Future Fund

Back to the future, eclectica and an awkward case study
16 Sep 2021
The scourge of high inflation
A general view is seen of the Bank of England in London
In Depth

The scourge of high inflation

Western economies haven’t faced rapidly rising inflation rates for decades. Is that about to change?
3 Sep 2021
Supermarket sweep: investors go ‘wild in the aisles’
Sainsbury’s supermarket
In Brief

Supermarket sweep: investors go ‘wild in the aisles’

The excitement around Morrisons is proving ‘contagious’ – is Sainsbury’s next?
27 Aug 2021
The US takeover of UK defence 
Ultra’s technologies are used in the Eurofighter
Why we’re talking about . . .

The US takeover of UK defence 

Sell-off of key defence assets is hardly conducive to an independent foreign policy
20 Aug 2021
BHP: London’s lost bauble
BHP Mt Arthur coal mine in Australia
In Brief

BHP: London’s lost bauble

Anglo-Australian mining giant is shifting its primary stock-listing to Sydney 
19 Aug 2021
Making money: what the experts think
Michael Burry: a new target in sight
Expert’s view

Making money: what the experts think

Burryed alive, feeling peaky and stalling house prices
19 Aug 2021
Britain for sale
Union Flag pound coins
Why we’re talking about . . .

Britain for sale

The world is vying for UK companies. Why aren’t the locals interested?
13 Aug 2021
What is quantitative easing?
Bank of England
In Depth

What is quantitative easing?

Bank of England expands crisis programme to £300bn amid coronavirus chaos
19 Jun 2020
Nationwide triples minimum deposit for UK first-time buyers
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In Brief

Nationwide triples minimum deposit for UK first-time buyers

Average minimum deposit rises by more than £20,000
18 Jun 2020
Coronavirus: why are stocks markets booming?
New York Stock Exchange reopens
In Depth

Coronavirus: why are stocks markets booming?

Analysts offer wealth of explanations for disconnect between Wall Street and the high street
1 Jun 2020
Virgin Atlantic seeking investors to avoid collapse
Virgin Atlantic
In Brief

Virgin Atlantic seeking investors to avoid collapse

Airline meeting with private equity firms as talks over government bailout continue
11 May 2020
Coronavirus: will the pandemic change our economic system?
UK economy
In Depth

Coronavirus: will the pandemic change our economic system?

Long-term effects expected to include more government debt and fewer calls for privatisation
6 May 2020
Coronavirus: are we heading for another financial crash?
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In Depth

Coronavirus: are we heading for another financial crash?

Experts warn that pandemic could lead to a recession ‘of record dimensions’
20 Mar 2020
Coronavirus: Chancellor to announce wage bailout plan
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In Brief

Coronavirus: Chancellor to announce wage bailout plan

Rishi Sunak set to act after warnings that companies across Britain could face ruin
20 Mar 2020
Coronavirus: UK interest rates slashed in emergency move
Bank of England
In Brief

Coronavirus: UK interest rates slashed in emergency move

The coronavirus crisis is threatening to all but shut down the global economy
20 Mar 2020
Coronavirus: pound plummets amid pandemic crisis
Rishi Sunak
In Brief

Coronavirus: pound plummets amid pandemic crisis

Sterling slumps to lowest level against the dollar in more than three decades
19 Mar 2020
Will Rishi Sunak’s coronavirus package rescue the economy?
Rishi Sunak
In Brief

Will Rishi Sunak’s coronavirus package rescue the economy?

Chancellor pledged to do ‘whatever it takes’ to protect jobs and incomes - so has he gone far enough?
18 Mar 2020
Markets plunge as investors fear ‘cataclysmic recession’
Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
In Brief

Markets plunge as investors fear ‘cataclysmic recession’

Wall Street suffers worst day since 1987 despite efforts to steady financial markets
17 Mar 2020
Andrew Bailey: who is the new Bank of England governor?
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In Depth

Andrew Bailey: who is the new Bank of England governor?

Financial Conduct Authority chief faces questions from Treasury Select Committee
4 Mar 2020
HSBC to cut 35,000 jobs: why profits plunged
HSBC
In Depth

HSBC to cut 35,000 jobs: why profits plunged

British bank announces 33% drop in profits and plans to slash branches in US
18 Feb 2020
Lloyd’s of London puts anti-abuse posters in City pubs
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In Brief

Lloyd’s of London puts anti-abuse posters in City pubs

Insurance market acts after growing reports of harassment
20 Nov 2019
City traders call for shorter working hours
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In Brief

City traders call for shorter working hours

UK and European exchanges urged to cut trading hours to 9 to 4 in bid to improve work-life balance
8 Nov 2019
Hong Kong stock exchange offers to buy LSE for £32bn
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In Depth

Hong Kong stock exchange offers to buy LSE for £32bn

Bid for London Stock Exchange met with concern over Hong Kong’s ties to Beijing
12 Sep 2019
Pound volatile after Johnson orders parliamentary suspension
HONG KONG - 2019/04/20: In this photo illustration a Great Britain's currency Pound Sterling icon is seen on an Android mobile device with a Brexit message in the background. (Photo Illustrat
In Depth

Pound volatile after Johnson orders parliamentary suspension

Investors still divided about the risk of no-deal Brexit in October
29 Aug 2019
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