Faisal Islam guides you through the world of finance and money in language which makes sense.
David Cameron should will not need to take his guests at next week’s G8 Summit very far to see the very real challenges still facing the world economy.
The Lough Erne Hotel and Golf Complex was Northern Ireland’s first five star golf resort, with course designed by Nick Faldo. (more…)
With two German football teams meeting in the Champions League final on Saturday, it is time to list the country’s many achievements.
Quantitative easing has been the emergency medicine keeping economies afloat, but does the fall of the Japanese stock market foreshadow what happens when it ends?
The IMF backs away from its ringing endorsement of UK economic policy. But the Treasury will be relieved that it has not yet spelled out an alternative policy to austerity.
It’s the centrepiece of the government’s plans to get the economy going after three years of meagre growth.
Today’s GDP figures will have prompted relief at the Treasury that there is no new recession. But longer term, the picture for the UK economy is unchanged.
Nick Clegg says the government’s Funding for Lending has been put on steroids. But, if it leads to a house price bubble, is it really an economic policy on smack?
The banking commission has savaged the way HBOS was run, but it is not the only bank that has struck terror into people’s hearts. Are these are the worst offenders? You decide.
Cyprus bailout: the inside story of a president “humiliated” by EU bureaucrats half his age, and of a country pushed over the edge in order to protect Greece.
Economics Editor Faisal Islam hears from ordinary Cypriots as they struggle to come to terms with the financial catastrophe that has overtaken their lives and their country.