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Markets gyrated after conflicting messages on size of July cut
Bank comments after John Williams’ remarks stoke expectations of aggressive rate cut
Steven Mnuchin says Washington ‘could consider’ a different stance in future
Tax breaks and fresh funds will buy time, but few believe it can stave off a downgrade
Creditor group says restrictions on trading could be forcing bonds into ‘rogue’ hands
With a rate cut coming, investors are more confident the Fed will keep the economy growing
Some investors warn that too much stimulus could distort financial markets
Investor group broadly backs Guaidó proposals for $150bn debt pile, but with caveats
Weighting to be reduced to zero in popular EM indices as US sanctions bite
Markets make comeback after rout earlier in the year
Creditors caught in crisis would be treated equally if Maduro is ousted, policy paper states
The earnings mirage; spies; Goldman's glory days, and much more.
With big threats to global growth it is premature to call time on the greenback’s run
Some investors are braced for a big fall in the US dollar, but others note constraints
A new paper traces how investor demand forever altered an asset class.
Facebook's Libra; Russian sovereign debt; the utility of McDonald's; America's most expensive home, and much more.
On many measures, tentative turning points.
There are few alternatives to the world's largest debt market.
The greatest asset bubble of all time; Everest Economics; spies, and much more.
Is it transparent enough? And why is it called Libra anyway?
Investors might be willing to accept them, but only at higher interest payments
Look at the indirect effects as well.
US stocks are looking increasingly expensive compared to the rest of the world, say analysts
The Treasury toughens up its manipulation criteria.
The Treasury's bi-annual report is here.