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  • Chart of the Day: The Bund vs The Dax

    08 June 2015

    To Germany, where the price of government debt has been on a rollercoaster ride.
  • Chart of the day: Japan stuck in neutral

    05 June 2015

    There's no doubt that Abenomics delivered an initial jolt to Japan's financial markets, but the desired long-term effects on domestic industry...
  • The big shortlist

    09 April 2015

    The FCA's latest list of the market's largest short positions gives an insight into some of the more bearish reactions to the results season.
  • Eurozone indices engorged by Q€

    08 April 2015

    Eurozone benchmark indices have forged ahead on the ECB's bond-buying initiative and a sharp reduction in the value of the euro.
  • What’s next for the eurozone economy?

    27 March 2015

    The eurozone PMI hit a three-year high in March, but any positive momentum could be undone by a damaging finale to the Greek-German stand-off.
  • Industrial stocks face sharp EPS cuts

    12 March 2015

    Liberum's early cycle indicator warns of a sharp fall in industrial production within the next six to nine months
  • German confidence rebounds

    20 February 2015

    Key indicators pointing north
  • Gold's surge reflects rising uncertainty

    22 January 2015

    The price of gold has risen 10 per cent this year, as new worries emerge
  • China trims rates, raises hopes

    25 November 2014

    But it's probably not enough on its own
  • Jolt for Japan

    17 November 2014

    Now we know why the Bank of Japan upped QE recently
  • Deflation danger - for now

    06 November 2014

    Though near-term deflationary forces hold sway, central bankers are still concerned about the knock-on effects of quantitative easing
  • Gushing dividends

    30 October 2014

    The autumn oil sell-off has dragged down oil services shares and left many offering huge dividend yields - Chris Boxall asks whether this represents...
  • Market relief as Scots vote no

    19 September 2014

    Scotland's clear decision to remain within the UK is driving a relief rally, but a no vote doesn't mean no change
  • Shares slip on Scottish vote fears

    10 September 2014

    Shares are under pressure following news that YouGov's latest poll has given the yes campaign in Scotland's independence referendum a narrow...
  • Diverging markets

    04 September 2014

    India's star is on the rise, contrasting starkly with its Bric cousins
  • Retailers still in for bumpy ride

    15 August 2014

    Retailers are reported to have enjoyed a bumper July, but does that mean things are looking up on the high street?
  • Russian food ban dampens Total Produce Tip Update

    13 August 2014

    Russia's ban on fruit and vegetable imports from the west could depress fresh produce prices more generally, and that's hitting sentiment towards...
  • Emerging markets back in vogue

    03 July 2014

    After a lengthy fallow period, there are clear signs that the prospect of emerging market growth is drawing in investors once more.

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