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Energy and banks lead US stocks lower as investors shift to tech and safe-haven assets
Vice-chair’s remarks suggest US central bank could act more quickly to tame soaring inflation
Euro knocked by ECB president’s dovish comments on need to avoid ‘premature tightening’ of monetary policy
Plus, signs investors are cool on alternative proteins
To ease the UK’s debt burden, Boris Johnson could follow in the footsteps of his political hero.
Loomis Sayles vice-chair warns markets have given up ‘natural prudence and caution’
When markets awake and reprice Treasuries, there is every chance we will see another nasty jolt
Sovereign yields, on the other hand . . .
Government bonds rise on interest rate expectations
Registration of trading firms and central clearing proposed at Fed conference
Plus, the significance of the International Sustainability Standards Board launch and India’s role in the summit deal
Investors taking risks in search for yield has left markets ‘susceptible to correction’
More specific view of how individual companies are tackling climate change will be needed
Turkish lira falls to record low as US retail sales data boosts case for rate increase
And bitcoin’s identity crisis
‘Tremendous promise’ tempered by small penalties for failure to hit ESG targets
Pimco founder says stimulus and low interest rates have created ‘dangerous’ situation
Could ESG investments really make a difference, or is it all a load of hot air?
Other shares that have made big gains in 2021 also pull back
Christian Sewing says ultra-loose interest rate policy ‘has lost its effect’
Any buyer would have to decide how to address sensitive questions of human rights and fair pay
Debt restructuring eases painful burden and opens the way for new capital to enter the cab market
After the Covid turmoil, regulators are weighing a move to make the clearing of Treasuries mandatory
Bourses around the world seek a bigger role in helping companies to decarbonise
Senior management pay is increasingly linked to sustainability targets, but critics are sceptical this will amount to meaningful change