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For punch-drunk financial markets, truly scary numbers seem to have lost their shock value. Graphic: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

For punch-drunk financial markets, truly scary numbers seem to have lost their shock value. Take Chinese data published on Friday, showing the world’(...)

Equity markets around the world surged on Monday as the prospect for central banks cutting interest rates to soften the economic blow of the coronavirus buoyed investors.

Equity markets around the world surged on Monday as the prospect for central banks cutting interest rates to soften the economic blow of the coronavir(...)

Building materials group CRH rose more than 1%  in Dublin to €35.40

European shares fell on Monday as carmakers took a hit from a Chinese sales forecast. London’s main stock index gained, however, as investors took hea(...)

 A new study notes that investors have long been prone to the disposition effect – the tendency to sell winning stocks and hold on to losers. Photograph: iStock

Nobel economist and behavioural finance expert Richard Thaler has long warned that it’s a bad idea to look at your portfolio too often, and a new stud(...)

The cryptocurrency market is notorious for manipulative activity. Investors should stay sceptical.

Is bitcoin back? Below $4,000 (€3,582) just two months ago, the cryptocurrency topped $8,000 on Monday last week after soaring 26 per cent during one (...)

Zion Williamson seconds after falling when his Nike shoe split. Photograph: Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

Shares of Nike fell nearly 2 per cent on Thursday, a day after a sports shoe worn by emerging basketball star Zion Williamson split in half 33 seconds(...)

A  Christie’s employee displays an 18.96-carat fancy vivid pink diamond during a preview at Christie’s in Geneva, Switzerland. Photograph: Martial Trezzini/Keystone via AP

Christie’s has sold the “Pink Legacy” diamond at auction for more than $50 million (€44.2 million) including fees, saying it is a new world record pri(...)

The current bull market could run for another two and a half years, according to JP Morgan. Photograph: Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Images

The US bull market that began in March 2009 last week became the longest in history. Does it matter? Is age irrelevant? Or should investors be concern(...)

Economist Tim Lee,  predicted that Turkey’s currency would collapse. Now, he foresees a broader financial crisis. (Nick Hagen/The New York Times)

For the last seven years, Tim Lee has been warning that a financial crisis in Turkey would set off a wider calamity in global markets. Just about nob(...)

JPMorgan Chase got the big banks’ fourth-quarter earnings season off to a brisk start on Friday morning, beating analysts’ expectations for profit

JPMorgan Chase got the big banks’ fourth-quarter earnings season off to a brisk start on Friday morning, beating analysts’ expectations for profit des(...)

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