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John Authers was the chief markets commentator and associate editor for the FT until September 2018.
In a 28-year career at the FT, his previous posts included global head of the Lex column, investment editor, US markets editor, Mexico City bureau chief and US banking correspondent.
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John Authers on his ringside seat to some of the biggest financial stories of our time
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Rising yields reignite debate around the end of the bond bull market
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Fed’s rate environment is wrapped up in the path of domestic wage inflation
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