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Japanese insurers are split on currency risk.
Generous yields on US Treasuries undermine critics of greenback’s reserve currency role
Emperor’s abdication raises question of how to trade the 10-day shutdown
With a Crystallex victory, the country's debt restructuring could get a whole lot more litigious.
Unhedged buying of US bonds opens foreign investors to losses if dollar falls
Sentiment among fund managers echoes shifts in bond market
Sometimes they do good.
Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
Crisis-ridden eurozone member attracts investors as growth returns
Move is latest sign of Beijing’s efforts to stimulate growth
Euro takes fresh hit after ECB president warns on ‘economic uncertainty’
Private investors such as hedge funds are most active sellers in times of market stress
Oil company sets initial pricing levels in line with Saudi government bonds
Some believe that an inversion of the markets’ original ‘fear gauge’ is not a predictor but a cause of recessions
In this guest post, Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal of Queen Mary University of London argues that Mozambique policymakers need to act now to clear the country's default.
Study says investors fail to price in effect of extreme weather on portfolios
Years of aggressive monetary easing have blunted the signals from the bond market
Yields on 10-year bonds jump in one of this year’s largest one-day advances
Bloomberg flagship index to boost weighting to 6% over next 20 months
With inverted and sub-zero yields, investors are clearly looking beyond the stock rally