Dollar bulls need to hold their horses

Dollar enthusiasm has its limits

Midterms set to reawaken political risk

Investors spoiled by calm on Capitol Hill since last year’s shutdown

Classic warning sounds for investors

S&P 500 and Treasury bonds send conflicting messages

Citic revamp matters, despite a dull name

Chinese state-owned investment corporation transformed

Compelling stimuli for bank debt issuance

Draghi’s starting gun yet to fire, but investors are racing ahead

The JGB – a strange kind of haven

Foreign investors pile into Japanese bonds as they rarely have before

‘Fear gauge’ loses its punching power

Vix index a handy ‘buying on the dip’ indicator for equity bulls

Russia helps lower crude prices

Refineries in country improve quality of oil to Europe

An indifferent time for Japan

Investors seem bored of inaction at the BoJ

Euro’s weakness counters recent gloom

Weaker currency aids eurozone share prices

Bitcoin: small change in financial innovation

Monetary manias fuelled the tulip craze and the South Sea bubble

Japanese lesson for bond buyers

Japan provides both a model and a warning on eurozone debt

Bank of England interprets data its way

Central bank slashes guess over joblessness and inflation

Markets not ready for hawkish Fed jolt

Data remain ambiguous enough for Janet Yellen to stay dovish

BuzzFeed inspires listicle of caution

Draghi: Relax and head to the beach

It might seem odd that ECB head is so calm

Transatlantic contrast is stark

Investors see better times ahead in US as Europe’s challenges intensify

FCA highlights dilemma over selling Cocos

Rules restrict sale of bonds to ordinary investors

BES rescue saves senior bondholders

Governments remain willing to mess with the capital structure of banks

Argentina bondholders are sanguine

Bonds are at 89 cents – higher than they have been for three years

Bond markets hold a little bit of hope

Fed talk comes cheap

Investors only care what the Fed plans to do, not what it thinks

Business as usual the Chinese way

Business as usual but Sinologists are the modern Kremlinologists

Caterpillar muddies economic forecasting

Be wary of current 3% consensus for US growth next year

The big test: what happens when rates rise

Prospect of UK increase has done little to hurt stocks so far