The currency markets - also called foreign exchange or forex - are the largest in the world. Regardless of economic conditions, when one currency falls, another must rise. So there are always opportunities to make money - and it’s becoming easier to trade.
With the world’s central bankers continuing to print money and cut interest rates, there seems to be no let-up in the currency wars. John Stepek explains what it means for your money, and how to profit.
This year hasn’t been kind to the pound - it's fallen heavily against the US dollar. But after Britain's latest GDP figures came in better than expected, the market turned bullish. So where’s it likely to go next? Dominic Frisby investigates.
After the euro rallied to his Fibonacci target, John C Burford looks to the charts to see where the market thinks the single currency is heading next.