Some might say that financial markets over-reacted to the Brexit vote and the market reaction to the US election is the same. But Brexit won't happen till 2019, a Trump victory has already happened.
Research suggests their initial reaction may portend how they will perform in the coming months and even years.
An enormous 8% drop in the pound was recently rectified in a matter of minutes but the 'flash crash' wasn't merely an algorithm issue.
The UK's leading index of companies has broken the 7,000 points barrier despite fragile growth and the uncertainty of Brexit.
Deutsche Bank may have the assets to outweigh its liabilities but this won't save it from a run on its stocks.
Deutsche Bank's shares have fallen so much that speculation is rife it will be like the 2008 Lehman Brothers collapse all over again.
The idea that we make rational choices is the basis for how businesses and governments make their plans. But psychologists have been asking some awkward questions.
The FTSE rebounded after its Brexit shock – but how long will it last?
Understanding fear is a useful tool for any investor.
There are plenty of reasons to reject the consensus that Brexit will be costly to the UK economy.
A plummeting pound, bonds at an all time low, stocks and commodities in freefall. The UK just spooked the world.
Younger firms are voicing their support for a new type of long-term stock exchange, seeking investors in it for the long-haul.
Behind the sky-high valuations of tech startups with no profit lies a structural problem supporting them.
Behavioural economics can explain why stock markets have been so closely following the price of oil.
Global stocks have been turbulent all year thanks to jitters about China. But what's really going on here?
Investors are encouraged to make bad financial decisions from the way that saving products are marketed. New research shows that fixing this is a can of ugly worms.
The best answer for dealing with a volatile market is to do nothing.
With the economic dashboard flashing red, here's the route to safety.
January returns are not a magic bullet that can be used to forecast stock market performance.
As creditors consider the fallout from the demise of Dick Smith, the private equity firm that floated it has already counted its profits.