Abe still hunting for 2% inflation

Global economic shock threatens Japan’s Abenomics

Eurozone economy shows sluggish growth

Italy’s recovery dims and German growth fails to pick up

Portugal agrees ‘Plan B’ deficit cuts

Investors continue to penalise government bonds

Zuma warns on risk of S Africa downgrade

Sombre state of nation speech from president

Eurozone stands by tougher bank rules

Dijsselbloem rejects idea new regime to blame for market volatility

Week in Review

Week in Review, February 13

Asahi, Mylan, Google, Pinewood and European banks in the news

BoE to launch new graduate programme

Emphasis will be on experiences from the macroeconomic trenches

All eyes on flattening yield curve

Recession indicator flashes amber warning sign on US economy

Lifting the resource curse

Bolivia proves it is possible to cope with the challenges of fluctuating income from commodity exports

Gross, Pimco rivalry hinges on US economy

Investor pins hopes of beating former company on gloom

Murderous markets have many suspects

Twelve guilty parties had a hand in the current market turmoil

Yen stays resilient after negative rates

Yen stays resilient after negative rates

Maersk stumble highlights sluggish trade

Some freight markets look weak, including air and dry bulk ships

Gulf set to tap private sector funding

Move to continue capital projects amid oil price fall

China high on agenda for new Lagarde term

Bolstering the safety net for emerging economies will be high on the agenda

Yellen keeps negative rates option open

Fed examines feasibility should global economy falter

Pressure builds on Egypt to devalue pound

Foreign currency shortage hits businesses that rely on imports

Government bond prices surge

Sliding equities spur risk aversion

Why does Sweden’s rate move matter?

Riksbank’s negative rates are part of a global trend

Sweden cuts rates deep into negative territory

Move rattles markets on fears of global race to lower rates


SHARE THIS QUOTE