With inflation on the rise, people are looking for safe havens for their money – and markets that were considered riskier in the past are now looking increasingly attractive.
Normally stock markets tell us a lot about the economy. In 2020 that's no longer the case.
After the deepest fall in demand in 25 years, US oil prices turned negative for the first time in history on Monday. UNSW Business School’s Associate Professor James Doran explains.
Volatility in stock markets has increased dramatically thanks to the fear around COVID-19. Investors should therefore consider these three questions to get a better grip of the situation, says a UNSW expert.
COVID-19 has a hand in falling oil prices, but there are other factors driving the cost of petrol down, says UNSW Business School’s Associate Professor James Doran.