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The argument for investing in high-yeld debt has begun to get challenging
Predictions of investor losses have repeatedly proven premature
Muddy Waters claims someone pretended to be a journalist and a regulator to get info
Canada, Europe, Japan, America and UK making decisions over next few days
Kurdish vote tops a worry list that debt and currency markets are taking in their stride
Enthusiastic investors are shrugging off fears about emerging market assets
Business, the continuation of politics by other means
The Dutch tulip mania left its enthusiasts with something to enjoy
Securitisation created weapons of financial destruction and has not fully recovered
Jackson Hole central bank gathering looms over currency markets
Markets have defied pessimists for years
Technical note about the cryptocurrency says plenty about modern financial markets
By many measurements, today’s stock markets are overvalued but investors are struggling to work out when or if a crash will come
The month is often not the low point of trading activity during the year
Confidence over corporate creditworthiness sees spread fall to near 50 basis points
Another quiet August? Can the euro break $1.20? Will central banks take action?
Is the market rally a last hurrah before the crash? Probably not
Money flows increase last month into ETFs tied to Vix and bond funds excel this year
What would US tax cuts do to the dollar and bond yields?
Failure to make progress on economic stimulus package takes toll on currency
Regulators push for transaction-based benchmarks
Where do we stand 5 years after the ECB head’s famous pledge?
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