The bond market yield curve has inverted for the first time since 2007.
Why does it matter if a bond yield curve inverts?
Thailand's New Democratic Voice?
Thailand's first national elections in eight years near a conclusion.
Apple expected to expand TV service
The tech giant Apple is poised to launch its own streaming service to rival Netflix.
Update: Apple shares fall after new launches
Apple launches a host of new services that fail to impress investors
EU backs controversial copyright law
Critics of Europe's Parliament-backed copyright law say it will change the internet.
FAA will bring "significant change" in its oversight approach
The Federal Aviation Administration said it will change its oversight approach
Europe set to adopt vehicle speed limiters
Systems to limit the speed of vehicles sold in the EU look set to become compulsory.
No majority for any Brexit options
None of the eight Brexit options proposed by MPs got a majority in parliamentary votes.
Lyft to make stock market debut
Ride sharing firm Lyft aims to raise around $24bn from a New York share issue on Friday
Stocks up on US-China trade hopes
Cary Leahey of Decision Economics on the day's trading on Wall Street.
May's Brexit deal rejected again
British MPs have rejected prime minister Theresa May's Brexit deal for a third time.
May's Brexit deal being rejected again: European impact
Anna Rosenberg of Signum Global on the wider impact of the Brexit impasse.
Will Ukraine elect a comedian as President to fix its economy?
Volodymyr Zelenskiy appears to be leading after the first round of Presidential voting
Turkey election blow for Erdogan in big cities
Elections in Turkey dealt a blow to President Erdogan's ruling AKP party in big cities
British MPs fail to back Brexit proposals again
So what happens next? As a no-deal departure looms on April 12, how can business plan?
The challenge of US student debt
We hear the personal stories of some Americans affected by significant student loans.
Algeria's President Bouteflika resigns
Will this improve the shaky economy in the largest North African state?
Kenya strengthens plastic bag ban
Kenya has reinforced a plastic bag ban to cover all non-woven bags
Malaysia: ex-PM faces court in global financial scandal
Najib Razak is on trial over charges relating to the 1MDB wealth fund
Brexit and brewing
We hear how Brexit might affect the supply of ingredients for beer
Update: Germany 'will stand' with Ireland, says Merkel
German Chancellor visits Dublin to show solidarity with her Irish counterpart on Brexit.
The Challenge of Gentrification
What happens to cities around the world when developers move in?
Update: Donald Trump urges Fed to cut interest rates
US president says economy would 'rocket' with lower rates.
Global economy in ‘synchronised slowdown’
Slowdown detected in tracking index by the Brookings Institution and the Financial Times.
London's new pollution charge begins
Drivers of older, more polluting vehicles face a new charge to drive into central London
Libyan oil exports disrupted by fresh violence
Fears of the takeover of Libya's capital by a warlord impact the oil price.
Workplace stress on the rise
A study in the UK found that 40% of businesses have seen a rise in stress-related absence
Japan nuclear disaster residents return
A town evacuated after Japan's 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster has reopened.
Update: Further extensions for Brexit deadline
Politicians from the European Union say the UK should not 'undermine' the bloc
May defends decision to delay Brexit
UK prime minister Theresa May defended her decision to accept a six month Brexit delay.
Update: World Bank on China's new attitude
President of the World Bank speaks on China's changing relationship with the world
Jumia: 'Africa's Amazon' in landmark flotation
Jumia is the first African technology startup listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
Jet Airways halts all international flights
Passengers are stranded in India after Jet Airways suspended all international flights.
Former Volkswagen boss charged over emissions scandal
A former VW boss is charged over the diesel emissions scandal.
Update: Notre-Dame cathedral engulfed by fire
A major fire has engulfed one of France's most famous landmarks
EU gives 'high-level' protection to whistleblowers
Whistleblowers across the European Union have won greater protection
China's economic growth beats expectations
China's economy grew slightly faster than expected in the three months to March
Update: Egypt holds referendum on constitutional changes
Egyptians will vote this weekend on changes allowing the president to remain until 2030
Climate Protests: Disobedience or Inconvenience?
Climate protesters Extinction Rebellion have been organising sit-ins in central London
Threat of tariffs looms over New York Auto Show
President Trump could target vehicles made by European firms with tariffs within weeks.
Is 'toxic' air on planes making people ill?
Some pilots and cabin crew are concerned their work environment is harming their health
Trump speaks to Libya insurgent general
President Trump’s call suggests he endorses the general, unlike some of his allies
The giving business
The ethics of big donations
The psychology of fraud
Why do we fall for fraudsters?