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Banks and asset managers to discuss flexible working practices in male-dominated sector
Analysts say ultra-long debt could be illiquid and not significantly cut borrowing costs
Why is some of the highest rated euro debt returning more than 1 per cent?
Call to speed up preparations for start of new €STR benchmark in October
Billions flood into government debt on signs of global slowdown
Stocks shed about 40 per cent in dollar terms this week but further dangers loom
Yawning current account deficit is a vulnerability associated with emerging markets
Investors are increasingly moving away from aggressive trades, and the volatility that they entail
Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
Rating agency cites debt risks after Macri loses primary vote to rival Fernández
The original fear gauge suggests that a recession may be looming but is it correct?
Just how reliable is the inversion of the yield curve in forecasting recession?
Small difference between RPI and CPI adds up to an awful lot over time
Borrowing for free comes with rising risks over financial stability
Gibraltar releases Iranian tanker after court sets aside last-minute US legal bid to seize vessel
Feeble returns from safer bonds steer funds into longer, shakier instruments
The costs of another ‘taper tantrum’ could be much higher now than six years ago
Inflow of $11.5bn in the past week is the fifth-largest on record
June data also show that China raised its holdings after a four-month selling streak
Investors seek safety in fixed-income market as fears grow over global economy
Big rally in safer assets does not wash over junk-rated bonds
Anyone can tell an economic downturn lies ahead; disentangling cause and effect is harder
Measure could be best indicator investors have of a coming recession
The unnerving world of sub-zero rates still offers managers ways to eke out gains