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    1. FT Long Short

      February 12, 2014

      Emerging Markets could get cheaper: but they're cheap

      Are emerging markets a bargain or yet another proverbial falling knife?More bargain-hunters are starting to appear. Today...

    2. December 17, 2010

      Goldilocks has chance to get the better of bears

      The bull market for equities is not over. The FTSE 100 could be trading at a record high this time next year. Sounds far...

    1. FT Alphaville

      July 27, 2009

      The new equity market consensus

      Another day, another big house predicting further gains for stock markets. Joining Goldman Squid, Credit Suisse and HSBC,...

    2. July 7, 2009

      The Short View

      Markets have run out of momentum since the US banks passed their stress tests. Look at US bank stocks. The news on May 8...

    3. July 6, 2009

      Short View: Stalled stocks

      Markets have run out of momentum since the US banks passed their stress tests. Look at US bank stocks. The news on May 8...

    4. December 17, 2008

      View of the Day: Ian Scott, Nomura International

      Retail investors may hold the key to a recovery in European equity markets in 2009, believes Ian Scott, strategist at...

    5. December 16, 2008

      View of the Day: The return of the retail investor

      Retail investors may hold the key to a recovery in European equity markets in 2009, believes Ian Scott, strategist at Nomura...

    6. October 27, 2008

      View of the Day: Stocks to bottom soon

      Stock markets should show signs of bottoming out soon, given the robust response of governments and central banks to the...

    7. July 21, 2008

      Rising oil prices weigh on US stocks

      US equities ended a three-day winning streak on Monday as rising oil prices hit consumer-facing stocks and results from Bank...

    8. May 28, 2008

      View of the Day, Ian Scott, Lehman Brothers

      Investor concerns about the potential negative impact of further equity issuance on the markets are misplaced, says Ian...

    9. May 27, 2008

      View of the day: Rights issues

      Investor concerns about the potential negative impact of further equity issuance on the markets are misplaced, says Ian...

    10. FT Alphaville

      April 29, 2008

      Pink Picks

      Comment and analysis from the FT Willem Buiter: Mavercon on the SLS The assertion by the Chancellor that “This means that...

    11. April 29, 2008

      View of the day - Ian Scott, Lehman Brothers

      Positive corporate earnings surprises should pave the way for a further rally in global equity prices, says Ian Scott,...

    12. April 28, 2008

      View of the day: Equities to get profit boost

      Positive corporate earnings surprises should pave the way for a further rally in global equity prices, says Ian Scott,...

    13. March 14, 2008

      Financials fall back as mood turns sour

      European stock markets stumbled yesterday as enthusiasm for the Federal Reserve's liquidity operations - which had prompted...

    14. March 14, 2008

      Financials fall as mood turns sour

      European stock markets stumbled yesterday as enthusiasm for the Federal Reserve's liquidity operations - which had prompted...

    15. March 13, 2008

      European shares retreat as optimism fades

      European stock markets stumbled on Thursday as enthusiasm for the Federal Reserve’s liquidity operations - which had...

    16. February 22, 2008

      Why are markets decoupling?

      There have recently been signs of a marked decoupling of equity and credit markets, says Ian Scott, global strategist at...

    17. FT Alphaville

      February 20, 2008

      Short View: What 'decoupling' means to the credit and equity markets

      The equity market seems to think that it can safely ignore the credit markets – but the decoupling syndrome between the two...

    18. February 20, 2008

      The Short View

      The equity market seems to think that it can safely ignore the credit markets. If you believe the credit market, things...

    19. FT Alphaville

      February 19, 2008

      View of the Day: Equity and credit markets play the decoupling game

      There are signs of a “marked decoupling” of equity and credit markets, says Ian Scott, global strategist at Lehman Brothers,...

    20. February 19, 2008

      View of the Day - Ian Scott, Lehman Brothers

      There have recently been signs of a marked decoupling of equity and credit markets, says Ian Scott, global strategist at...

    21. FT Alphaville

      December 10, 2007

      The bulls are back in town...

      Really? We were surprised too. The first group of optimists seem not to have fully embraced the credit crunch creed – that,...

    22. FT Alphaville

      November 13, 2007

      Ian Scott: There's life in them there stocks

      Global financial stocks have been oversold, both in absolute terms and relative to the rest of the market, says Ian Scott, a...

    23. November 12, 2007

      View of the day: Financials

      Global financial stocks have been oversold, both in absolute terms and relative to the rest of the market, says Ian Scott, a...

    24. FT Alphaville

      October 2, 2007

      Onwards and upwards? Earnings still supportive, say Lehman

      Irrational, or right on? Some analysts are tearing their hair out over the markets’ relaxed poise following the summer’s...

    25. August 20, 2007

      View of the day: Correction

      Stocks are experiencing a correction but are priced for “calamity”, according to Ian Scott, global equity strategist at...

    26. July 31, 2007

      Sighs of relief at calmer equity conditions

      There was some much-needed respite for global equities yesterday following last week's hefty sell-off, in spite of renewed...

    27. July 30, 2007

      Global Overview: Equities gain despite credit concerns

      Gobal equities enjoyed a much-needed respite on Monday following last week’s hefty sell-off, as credit market troubles...

    28. July 23, 2007

      View of the day: Value vs. growth

      Growth stocks in the US and Europe have finally begun to outperform value stocks and look likely to carry on doing so,...

    29. July 17, 2007

      US earnings and M&A activity buoy sentiment

      World equity markets put in resilient performancesyesterday in the face of stubbornly high oil prices and continued...

    30. July 10, 2007

      Hong Kong, Seoul and Sydney hit record highs

      Investor risk appetite remained healthy yesterday as stock markets put in broadly positive performances and low-yielding...

    31. July 9, 2007

      Global overview: Search for yield hits yen

      Investor risk appetite remained healthy on Monday as stock markets put in broadly positive performances and low-yielding...

    32. FT Alphaville

      July 6, 2007

      The Weekender

      This week on FT Alphaville, - The FSA put its gift for comic understatement to good use in the publication of its findings...

    33. FT Alphaville

      July 6, 2007

      Calling the M&A top - fourth quarter, it is

      2007 is on course to beat 2006 as a record year for M&A. This much we know, right? But hang on, says Dresdner Kleinwort‘s...

    34. FT Alphaville

      July 4, 2007

      Lunch Wrap

      On FT Alphaville this morning, - Early on a Wednesday morning, FT Alphavillers gathered to chew over events of the early...

    35. FT Alphaville

      July 4, 2007

      Still a way to go for M&A

      Equity investors have a somewhat schizophrenic attitude towards M&A, writes Ian Scott, global strategist at Lehman Brothers....

    36. July 3, 2007

      Market insight: Still room to pedal in the current M&A cycle

      Equity investors have a somewhat schizophrenic attitude towards mergers and acquisitions. On the one hand, they welcome...

    37. June 7, 2007

      Equities tumble on rate rise concerns

      World equity markets fell heavily yesterday as investors reconciled themselves to higher interest rates in Europe and...

    38. June 7, 2007

      World equity markets fall on rate rise concern

      World equity markets suffered heavy falls yesterday as investors reconciled themselves to higher interest rates in Europe...

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