China stock rescue suffers exit wounds

Policymakers face similar challenge to Fed’s QE exit

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The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation headquarters is seen in this October 1, 2008 photo in Washington, DC. US President George W. Bush will court senators poised to vote on an embattled economic rescue package on Wednesday, the White House said, pushing the US Congress to pass the plan "this week." AFP PHOTO/KAREN BLEIER ©AFP
Making money from distress is not that easy, says John Dizard
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Defined benefit schemes invested heavily in high-risk assets
Gertjan Vlieghe of the BoE MPC
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Hedge fund economist joins BoE panel

Brevan Howard’s Gertjan Vlieghe is new external member of MPC

Trader Daniel Masters in New York
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Oil trader who joined bitcoin brigade

Daniel Masters is an early convert from mainstream finance

Spanish banks are back from the brink

Financial institutions switch from survival to expansion

Simmering revolt against PE secrecy

Calls for SEC to ensure pension funds report private equity fees

An over-clever way to prepare for crisis

Making money from distress is not that easy, says John Dizard

Martin Gilbert of Aberdeen Asset Management

Aberdeen AM retreats to granite bunker

Investment group reinforces defences in the face of withdrawals

Calls for clarity on private equity fees

SEC warns managers to expect more fines for overcharging investors

Wheatley disappointed to be leaving FCA

Ousted chief says conduct is no longer an afterthought in business

Old stock share certificates from 1950s-1970s
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Markets afflicted by magical thinking

Prices should be discovered in the market, not administered by a government, writes James Grant

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