Treasuries jump after soft US jobs data

Dollar slips while stocks reverse losses

Monetary policy decisions to include BoE

Fed keeping rates on hold is likely to be point of discussion

Instability in China and low commodities prices have hit emerging markets; could these in turn weaken the US and developed world?
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Time is money for emerging markets

Record levels of reserves give troubled countries a window for reform

Nairobi exchange confident on listings

St Paul’s fundraising closely watched as investors seek overseas exposure

Frontier investors wait and see

Investment case is about domestic change in these countries

Dollar notes

Guy Hands: PE fees ‘drive investors away’

Investors chip away at the ‘two and 20’ charging model

Mark Carney under attack from investors

Carbon policy not ‘a matter for the Bank of England’

‘The Godfather’ of fixed income

Andrew Cole asks if centrals banks are good guys turned bad

US recovery drives jump in remittances

Central America enjoys financial boost from migrant workers

EM vs DM: not obsolete after all

There are still good reasons to lump countries into big baskets, argues the IIF

Company share listings set to accelerate

Growing pipeline of initial public offerings despite elevated equity volatility

Gold jumps after weak US jobs data

Silver in biggest gains since April while bullion miners rebound

US earnings pose test for bullish views

Lower shares reflect weak outlook and global growth concerns

US E&Ps: cash gusher

We interrupt this commodities disaster for a special announcement — there is still money in oil

Glencore seeks to halt downward spiral

Analysts say debt-laden group’s troubles are rooted in the takeover of Xstrata

LSE share trade clearing link to go live

A delayed service to net trades between LCH.Clearnet and EuroCCP is to go ahead on October 26

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