Economist Azad Zangana looks at the significant events in the two years since the UK set out on the road to Brexit and what might come next.
On the anniversary of the UK's vote to leave the European Union we look at the timeline to Brexit and what's happened in markets and the UK economy.
The UK high street is in disarray following more closures, and retail stocks are under real pressure. We look at how serious the problems are for the sector, and how investors might benefit.
Investors are mostly optimistic and seemingly confident of sizable future gains, in spite of historically unfavourable valuations and a number of other risks that are re-emerging.
Brexit has been blamed for undermining property demand. If momentum builds, house price falls may be hard to reverse, says economist Azad Zangana