Global sharemarkets have been a sea of red as the era of cheap money comes to a screeching halt. And investors predict more uncertainty is on the horizon.
- by Clancy Yeates
Alex Mashinsky may be caught in the eye of a crypto meltdown, but it is not the first time he has endured tough times, or criticism.
- by Ben Woods
The Australian sharemarket is on track to post its biggest weekly loss in two years following a wipeout on Wall Street, as worries about a fragile global economy roar back to the fore.
- by Stan Choe and Lachlan Abbott
After months of dithering, Fed chair Jerome Powell appears ever more serious about reining in inflation. Joe Biden’s re-election hopes could be caught in the crossfire.
- by Jeremy Warner
The Australian sharemarket finished slightly lower, despite making early gains following the Fed’s biggest hike to interest rates since 1994.
- by Lachlan Abbott
The US Federal Reserve has raised its key interest rate by three-quarters of a point and signalled more large rate increases to come.
- by Christopher Rugaber
British billionaire Richard Branson hit out at cryptocurrency scammers and said he’s stepping up efforts to stop his name from being used to convince unsuspecting victims to sign up to fraudulent schemes.
- by Christopher Jasper
The Australian sharemarket has fallen another 1.3 per cent with a looming US interest rate decision on the horizon.
- by Colin Kruger and Lachlan Abbott
Gregory Dwyer, who was raised on Sydney’s north shore, is in talks with US prosecutors to try to resolve his criminal case after one of the co-accused crypto entrepreneurs was sentenced to six months’ home detention.
- by Sarah Danckert
Remember Grexit and Quitaly? The prospect of Italy and Greece exiting the EU has returned as the European Central Bank ramps up the fight against inflation.
- by Stephen Bartholomeusz