The finance industry has developed a powerful set of tools over the years, which could be used to improve well-being and solve our environmental problems.
It hasn't been a good round of earnings for Silicon Valley's big names.
We all miss out when corporates keep themselves to themselves.
Instead, we need to burn the entire system of financial regulation to the ground and replace it with something that supports investing the way it's done today.
A new way of encouraging people to seek out unused information could improve collective decision making.
The soaring cost of housing has helped make capital ownership more profitable than work.
As the New York Stock Exchange marks 200 years since its official formation, investors are wondering whether the surging stock market is a 'Trump bump' or more like a lemon.
If the merger goes ahead, the new index would be Europe's largest, giving it dominance within the EU and a strong position in international trading too.
The world's most famous stock index just broke 20,000 for the first time. Here's why it doesn't really matter.
A common Wall Street adage claims: 'As January goes, so goes the year.' What does that mean for investors as stocks look set to end President-elect Trump’s first month in office higher?
The last 20 years of failure to tackle boardroom excess should prompt a more radical approach.
World markets bounced back surprisingly quickly after Trump's election. Here are a few theories as to why.
Four of our economic scholars weigh in on Trump's legislative agenda, healing the divide, uncertainty and something known as the 'presidential puzzle.'
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 FTSE rebounded after its Brexit shock – but how long will it last?