Mergers and acquisitions have spiked in recent weeks as companies look to take advantage of these unprecedented times.
Financial markets are truly global – a fact illustrated again recently by investors’ responses to geopolitical tensions and their effects on the world’s largest economies and companies.
After decades of close economic cooperation, the world’s two biggest economies – America and China – have slowly been pulling away from each other, which most economists agree will eventually leave both nations worse off.
Tech giant Apple and electric carmaker Tesla’s stocks have enjoyed the sweet smell of success since they announced their respective stock splits, so we looked into what it is about them that’s whetting investors’ appetites.
A key interest rate that several others have been based on is set to disappear next year. So this week, we’re looking at what’s taking its place around the world – and, more importantly, how the replacements might impact you.