Yen races higher after BoJ disappoints

S&P 500 hits record despite weak GDP data

European funds drained of $76bn this year

Uncertainty over Brexit implications weigh on equity investors

FTSE 250’s rebound masks weakness

Markets in difficult position as economic fallout remains unclear

An exterior view of the Bank of Japan in central Tokyo, Tuesday, 16 March 2004.

BoJ plays for time with weak stimulus

Yen soars as central bank leaves policy largely unchanged

Company results show Brexit winners and losers

General slowdown includes success stories for some sectors

Stocks struggle in face of oil price slide

Dollar stays soft in wake of Fed statement

Telefónica profits plunge more than 50%

Spanish group hit by exchange rates and poor handset sales

Ford warns of $1bn Brexit blow

Finance chief says UK car prices will rise to claw back losses

Dollar under pressure after dovish Fed

Yen gains ahead of BoJ policy meeting

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Corporate excuses: the BreXit Factor

When the stars won’t line up and the numbers are plain wrong

Brexit warning on higher car prices

Impact from plunge in pound with further threat from possible tariffs

FTSE 250 nears pre-Brexit level

Domestically-focused UK index makes up losses suffered since vote

S&P 500 trims decline after Fed statement

Dollar retreats while gold jumps

Kuroda set to dash ‘helicopter money’ hopes

But good chance Bank of Japan governor will deliver more stimulus

Egypt close to $7bn IMF support deal

Three-year programme would help ease currency crisis after tourism hit

Wall St struggles after recent record run

Dollar retreats sharply against yen

Time is not on the Bank of England’s side

Brexit’s impact on the UK economy is about to be road-tested

Fed policy losing power for the dollar

The market may expect a December rate rise, but the US currency is unlikely to benefit

Yen rallies on stimulus size worries

Investors track reports on fiscal and monetary plans

Fearful Japanese thwart Abe on equities

Japanese public shun equities despite negative returns on bonds

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