Japan equities advance on weaker yen

Dollar firms after Yellen hints at looming rate rise

Stocks move higher despite oil’s retreat

Yellen points to summer rate rise

Calm over weaker renminbi will not last

Investors’ immunity likely to be shortlived as symptoms of greater malady begin to show

Don’t place all bets on a stronger dollar

Sensible use of fiscal policy could ultimately help the US currency

Equities stall as oil loses grip on $50

Dollar retreats from two-month high

US discounters rise on robust earnings

Dollar Tree and Dollar General gain on higher customer traffic

Currency conduct code targets traders

Watchdog’s new rules set out how raucous dealers should behave

Q&A: How to act like an ethical FX trader

It’s clearly time for some common sense and common guidelines. Today’s the first phase — more to come

Argentina spooked by peso appetite

Foreign investors restricted on local currency bonds

Verbal intervention: Masatsugu Asakawa
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Yen intervention will stay in toolbox

Stepping in to sell the currency would annoy the US in particular

More yen weakness ahead, says Goldman

US bank says BoJ will have to stay dovish to help revive economy

PBoC sets renminbi fix at 5-year low

Global dollar strength reignites capital outflow pressure as PBoC largely stands aside

Wall Street lifted by bank and tech stocks

Oil prices rise despite firm dollar

Sterling rises on EU referendum poll tilt

Pound boosted by latest opinion poll bolstering Remain camp

Renminbi bonds: swift execution

China’s currency needs to depreciate. The question is how

China to sell offshore bonds in London

Finance ministry’s Rmb3bn sale is latest milestone in China’s currency internationalisation

Stocks hesitant as US rates stay in focus

Falling oil price weighs on sentiment

Dollar bounce as US policy reappraised

US currency set for its best month in half a year

EM reprieve ends as Fed hawks take wing

Rouble, rand and lira lead falls among currencies, stocks slide

Yen strength returns after G7 meeting

Stronger currency seen weighing on Japanese companies

HOW FAST WILL US RATES RISE?



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