‘Dot plot’ can help anticipate Fed’s move

Market might be mistaken for thinking Fed’s Janet Yellen will do nothing for many months

Generic pictures of airplanes including the A380 and Boeing 747 queuing at Heathrow Airport to go with Colin Mathews, CEO of Heathrow Airport I/V.

Unexpected consequences of oil slump

Aircraft ‘bubble’ may take toll on leasing companies

BoJ risks doing more to achieve less

To meet expectations continued action is needed from rate setters

China’s bond market is on edge

Fund managers facing redemptions could be forced to dump what they can, not what they should

Keep faith in Super Mario

ECB president has strong record of coming good

Regulated utilities enjoy winning streak

Companies have outperformed peers over the past few years

The riddle of the rising euro

Monetary policy gives reason to think the single currency could strengthen further

Abenomics needs more than viral lolly ad

Akagi Nyugyo’s pantomime defines the problem investors have rebuilding belief in Abe’s doctrine

Subdued expectations for US earnings

The question is whether companies will be able to jump over the lowered hurdles

Japan’s warning signal for US stocks

When country’s investors pull back and repatriate assets, the yen strengthens and markets dip

‘Junk’ defaults tell only half the story

Most high-yield downgrades and defaults have been in energy

Yen strength is scary on many levels

If the yen market were a horror movie, the discordant music to signal a growing danger would be playing

FedEx delivers ‘reverse Yankee’ bond deal

Lower interest rates make raising cash in Europe look like a great deal

Opec should cheer India thirst for crude

Saudi Arabia is country’s top supplier but rivals are not far behind

Time to take a breather on Brexit risk

There is a danger that the sterling hedging may be going too far

Asia’s rally poses dilemma for investors

Top five gainers against the dollar include growth high-yielders, safe havens and rate-cut bets

Renminbi offers a rollercoaster ride

Speculators appear to be reducing their bets, although not closing out entirely

Investors reconsider outlook for US banks

Yellen’s promise of lower-for-longer rates likely to aid profits

Argentina prepares return to market

Deal would be largest and most anticipated sale of emerging market debt so far this year

A freebie wheeze for Japan’s smart money

A trading quirk shows off the smarts of Mothers index investors

China bulls must hope for a holiday reboot

Easter break could refresh trading ideas and reduce uncertainty about the recent rally

ECB needs more than a light touch

Euro remains elevated against the dollar despite supercharged easing programme

Currency war truce

Dovish Federal Reserve looks set to revive carry trade

Natural gas prices — vaporised

The benchmark Henry Hub price wallows at lows not seen this millennium

Herd mentality hurts hedge funds

Markets are being whipsawed by the Fed, but it’s not working out for most hedgies

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