‘Something very bad has happened’

How markets scrambled to keep up with Brexit shock

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Puerto Rico stays in election headlines

‘Foreign law’ bondholders seem to be losing the current round of the debt crisis, says John Dizard

UK government bonds hit fresh records

Brexit sends investors racing into government bonds

Brexit: FT markets analysis in review

A look back at our coverage in the run-up to the vote

Slower deal activity set to sap bond sales

M&A deal volumes have fallen by more than a fifth this year

ECB reinstates measure to aid Greek banks

Frankfurt says it will again allow Greek bonds as collateral for loans

EU referendum markets watch: 1 day to go

Latest reaction in countdown to June 23 vote

PORT MORESBY, PAPUA NEW GUINEA - JUNE 8: In this handout image provided by PNGFM News, protesters and police are seen during an anti-government protest at the University of Papua New Guinea on June 8, 2016 in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Several people were injured today when police reportedly shot at students protesting against PNG Prime Minister O'Neill at University of Papua New Guinea. It is unclear whether anyone was killed and how many were injured during the clash. (Photo by PNGFM News via Getty Images)

Papua New Guinea eyes bond market debut

Government representatives to meet investors

Breaking the ‘doom loop’ could take a decade

EU policymakers will not want to destabilise financial markets

Record cornerstones for CDB unit’s $1.1bn IPO

Bankers turn to large investors amid lacklustre demand

Germany to rule on legality of ECB weapon

Outright Monetary Transactions programme has never been used

ECB heads to develop post-Brexit strategy

Fears that British exit from EU would snuff out economic recovery

Pricing in a Brexit is a challenge too far

Investors struggle to assess an event without precedent

Hedge funds look ahead on distressed debt

Investors prepare for falling prices in US credit and real estate after a long rise in value since 2009

Pensions: The slow burn financial crisis

A lethal mix of low investment returns, high charges and insufficient contributions

Brexit dominates fears for global economy

Central banks can limit market turmoil, but not long-term damage

Markets spotlight: commentary in review

Our round-up of the FT’s best analysis on Brexit, gold and the renminbi

Quantitative exhaustion smothers markets

David Oakley considers the risk that central bankers will resort to helicopter money

UK stock funds hit by $1.1bn withdrawals

Investors braced for referendum on country’s membership of EU

Falling bond yields — a moving message

Now a sign of central bank efforts to fire growth and inflation

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