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Lending at a loss only makes sense if there are other buyers willing to risk bigger hits
The divorce of the US and Chinese economies will affect everything in your portfolio
Bond markets signal volatile times ahead, so investors should take stock now
Customers with balances over DKr7.5m will have to pay a default rate of 0.6 per cent a year
Why is some of the highest rated euro debt returning more than 1 per cent?
Just how reliable is the inversion of the yield curve in forecasting recession?
How negative rates are upending the rules of finance
Feeble returns from safer bonds steer funds into longer, shakier instruments
Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
Fund managers are sour on Trump’s tariff tactics.
The unnerving world of sub-zero rates still offers managers ways to eke out gains
What was once an anomaly has become commonplace since the financial crisis
Central bank argues that the policy has been a success but others are unconvinced
Roughly one-quarter of the global debt market is trading at levels once thought improbable
Trump leans on the Fed ahead of his re-election year
Swiss banks seek to mitigate pressure on profits from shift in monetary policy
The entire German yield curve goes below zero for first time ever.
Expecting the fiscal authorities to help out looks like wishful thinking
Investors fret about impact of ECB easing plans on the region’s lenders
Latest European bank to pass cost of central banks’ ‘lower for longer’ stance to depositors
Outside the US, the debt market is officially bonkers.
Investors and policymakers must recalibrate their assumptions on capital and investment
Draghi hints at new measures to boost ailing eurozone economy
With economic indicators sagging, inaction risks turning the central bank into a paper tiger
Further rate cuts or bond-buying will benefit fixed-income investors but nobody else