Donald Trump's move into the foreign arena reveals intriguing subtexts about his Presidency and how it will shape up
Market faith in the Trump stimulus is being tested by a seemingly endless flow of negative news
Volatility is at multi-year lows, and yet that seems counter-intuitive in a world where certainty is a commodity increasingly hard to come by
This weekend, the markets will find out whether or not they were right not to take Marine Le Pen too seriously
Donald Trump's big promises and lack of immediate action don't mark him out as any different from his many predecessors
The bear market recovery is now unwinding in the mining sector and fundamentals are once more coming to the fore.
Fear of further escalation in North Korea and Syria is driving the gold price higher
Article 50 has been triggered, Donald Trump has suffered a setback in Congress, and the gold price is up. Is there a connection?
Donald Trumps healthcare bill is in Congress, his first big test as President
The interplay between the Federal Reserve and the new US President is likely to be complex and brusing over the coming years
The Fed looks set to move on interest rates next week for only the second time in a decade, but how will Donald Trump react?
There's less fuss when jobs move around in the Chinese economy, because growth is still so robust
President Trump is one month in to his term, the dust is settling and, despite his dislike for the media, only a few outlets are proving really effective against him
What will President Trump do next? Markets are well known for their hatred of uncertainty, and Trump's unpredictability may be starting to get investors spooked
What conclusions can we draw from the flurry of commentary that followed Glencore’s production results this week.
This weeks US-UK summit represents the dawning of a new era of protectionism