Treasury risk rises as debt ceiling looms

US bond markets prepare for potential congressional showdown

Bundling of risky UK mortgages booms

New generation of lenders fill the void

Argentinian oil company YPF's drilling chief Martin Costa observes two oil drilling rigs at his charge in Vaca Muerta Shale oil reservoir at Loma Campana, in the Patagonian province of Neuquen, some 1180 Km south-west of Buenos Aires, Argentina on December 4, 2014
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Eurozone high yield debt outperforms US

Defaults more likely in US junk market among energy issues

Defensive strategy can be a risky one

Investors playing it safe could fall victim to overcrowded trade

European investors eye exit from EMs

Sentiment sours among professional fund selectors

Yves Perrier, CEO of Amundi in Paris, photographed by Magali Delporte for the Financial Times

Amundi chief keen on global expansion

Fan of Manchester United strategy sets goal in Asia

Hedge fund pressures Peru on old debt

‘Agrarian Reform Bonds’ back in focus as US firm seeks payment

James Ferguson illustration

Beware of the liquidity delusion

Conventional wisdom has not had a great run over the past decade so it should be questioned

Treasury auction sees US join 0% club

Latest to issue zero-yielding debt with $21bn sale of 3-month bills

Japan central bank weighs easing options

Weak economic data may push Haruhiko Kuroda to act, say analysts

Global stocks start week on strong note

Dollar bounces as Treasuries retreat

EMs must curb enthusiasm for bonds

Record-breaking run of debt issuance is finally petering out

Cyprus seeks €1.5bn in 10-year bond sale

Planned move follows last year’s €750m 5-year debt issue

Singapore exchange offers custom indices

Move is first by Asian exchange but global trend well established

Oil price crash and US dollar spike are causing pain

The continent’s growing exposure to the global market has left it vulnerable

Monetary policy decisions to include BoE

Fed keeping rates on hold is likely to be a point of discussion as well as emerging market slowdown

Italy seeks to prosecute S&P and Fitch

Agencies accused of inflicting unjustified damage with ratings

‘The Godfather’ of fixed income

Andrew Cole asks if centrals banks are good guys turned bad

Brazil’s real suffers a reality check

Fund managers have been stumped by pace and scale of decline in sentiment towards emerging market

Investors must start to question beliefs

Markets signal concern as number of assumptions called into question