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The number of publicly listed companies has fallen by almost half in the last 20 years, potentially inflating valuations
The FT explains why triple-C debt hasn’t seen the same rally as other corporate debt categories
Prices for German 10-year bonds are so high that they now yield negative returns for investors. Why would anyone buy them?
How worrying is the rise of dual-class shares?
The FT's Kiran Stacey on how the UK's 5G decision has fuelled American angst
Data analytics makes it easier to spot trends - which isn't always a good thing
S&P 500 returns in the first quarter of 2019 were the highest since 1998
Donald Trump's new Fed nominee has proposed following commodity prices as a measure of inflation
The new government has embarked on a raft of radical reforms
The FT's Brendan Greeley discusses the validity of China's concession to buy more US products
Emma Dunkley explains why some have seen big swings this year
Brendan Greeley compares female labour participation rates in the US, Canada and Sweden.
Concern is growing around the $1tn market
Emma Dunkley asks whether its time to short the Australian dollar
What mistakes did traders make and what have we learned?
What made investors happy in 2018?
US has become the world's biggest crude oil producer
Political uncertainty is weighing on traders and investors
Emma Dunkley takes aim at Asia's technology sector
The FT's Emma Dunkley explains what's causing renminbi weakness
Emma Dunkley looks at why the property market is overvalued
Bullish economic outlook sees key rate target range lifted to 2%-2.25%
Brent crude jumps above $81 a barrel. The FT's energy editor explains why
As bond yields rise sharply, John Authers asks how US stocks hit a new record
Domestic money shifting from gold to financial assets