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Half a year of protests has knocked private sector activity in the city
Warren Buffett and Sam Zell among the managers betting that oil and gas stocks are oversold
Industry on course for its best year since 2013, but investors remain sceptical
Shares in newly listed company dropped as much as 15 per cent after release
FT findings raise concerns over the accuracy of labels supplied by the fund ratings giant
S&P 500 turns positive for week as job gains surpass Wall Street forecasts
Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
Travel group benefits from collapse of rival Thomas Cook
Assuming that markets can live with the ‘weaponisation’ of tariffs may be a false comfort
Bets on US stocks have proven solid but some feel they have run their course
The apparent idiocy of some equity valuations reflects an almost comical bond market
Potential ‘game changer’ in technology enabling easier index construction
FT-Peterson poll casts doubt on whether rise in equity prices will aid Trump’s re-election bid
Important clues often hide behind attractive price-to-earnings ratios and dividends
Stoxx 600 ends four-day losing streak as European markets as bounce back
Claims that market has been oversold come as IMF is latest to warn on city’s economy
Momentum has stalled in key markets such as New York, New Jersey and Connecticut
Wall Street stocks sink after US president’s comments
Soc Gen is depressed.
Henry Ellenbogen’s venture buys into payment services company Rapyd
And a tale of a Japanese pension fund.
Japanese giant GPIF halts stock lending from its equity portfolio