On September 16 1992 the state fought the markets, and the markets won.
Experts discuss the implications of Russia’s recent debt default for the global financial markets and Russia’s reputation
The informal sector in Zimbabwe is massive. Finding ways to connect it to the formal sector is vital.
Economists shape the world in many ways, but some of their conclusions are counter-intuitive to say the least.
The regulatory apparatus designed to oversee investment banking is structurally flawed. To spawn ethical behaviour within traders will require nothing less than a sector-wide cultural change.
Two weeks into the invasion, here’s what’s been happening so far.
A bipartisan group of US lawmakers is pushing for a ban on active trading by members of Congress following accusations that some of their colleagues may have engaged in insider trading.
Machine learning is based on analysing huge data sets and finding patterns in them, yet isn’t used much in financial market decisions.
Investors dumped assets en masse as news of the new COVID variant spread.
A new study using music streaming data to measure national mood underlines how much stock markets are governed by emotion rather than rational calculation.
Decentralized finance makes it easier for virtually anyone to take advantage of financial markets without the need for a bank, but there are new risks as well.
Until the late 1800s, moments of widespread high-risk financial gambling weren’t considered manias but the results of individual actors, who bore responsibility for the disastrous results.
A transcript of episode 10 of The Conversation Weekly podcast, including a story on a new technique to prevent predators eating the eggs of endangered birds.
Market prices are supposed to reflect a company’s fundamental value. When they no longer do, bad things can happen.
WallStreetBets is now reshaping financial markets: Non-professional market participants, or retail investors, are doing the work traditionally performed by financial advisers and analysts.
Some markets suggest a swift economic recovery from coronavirus. Others are less optimistic.
The contrast between the real economy and the stock market is striking. How long will it last?
Shutting down the stock market would be like closing our eyes and shooting the messenger.
Regulators, in their attempts to level the playing field for all investors, should not exclusively view high-frequency traders as market destabilizers.
With a global recession looking increasingly likely, a finance scholar offers guidance on how to ride it out.