European ‘peace dividend’ under pressureHigher military spending in the wake of Russia’s intervention in Ukraine could wipe away the ‘peace dividend’ Europe has enjoyed since the cold war ›
Dollar rises sharply after Fed statementDollar jumps versus euro and yen as investors scour the Federal Reserve’s latest policy statement for clues on interest rates ›
Dollar gains ground after Fed statementDollar ahead versus euro and yen as investors scour the Federal Reserve’s latest policy statement for clues on interest rates ›
Wall Street firm ahead of Fed callChina banks rally on reports central bank will provide funds to five top lenders, while emerging market shares gain on optimism over less hawkish Fed ›
South Africa joins sukuk bond rushThe $500m sale was more than four times subscribed, indicating that appetite for emerging market Islamic bonds matches that of developed world issuance ›
Funds and ETFs magnify EM volatilityThe proportionate impact of the biggest fund managers is huge, and large swings in asset prices can by driven by small shifts in sentiment ›
Ukraine needs money, not more armsThe war with Russia cannot be won and the provision of more military hardware will simply prolong the torment ›
Russia targets western businessesSince the US and EU moved to ‘sectoral’ sanctions in late July, western companies increasingly are suffering collateral damage ›
Fraga offers Brazil an orthodox pathWhile his party is trailing in the polls, the former central bank president wins market kudos with his promise to end government interference ›
Australia and Singapore sign data pactAustralia and Singapore have agreed to allow their regulators mutual access to trading data, in the first attempt globally to allow sharing of such data to help avoid another financial crisis ›
Rate-recoil prompts another EM sell-offAfter a bruising nine-day sell-off in which a big EM index lost 5%, investors are asking whether the volatility US rate-related or simply a correction ›
Europe equities firm ahead of Fed callChina banks rally on reports central bank will provide funds to five top lenders, while emerging market shares gain on optimism over less hawkish Fed ›
G20 split over review of financial rulesAustralia is facing resistance within the G20 as it backs a call by businesses for a reassessment of the costs of financial regulation ›
‘Maritime silk road’ a boon for Sri LankaXi Jinping’s plan is a boon for the south Asian island which has relied on Chinese investment and loans to fund infrastructure projects ›
Coffee experts fear for Brazil harvestIn the past, the main weather problems for growers have been frosts – few farmers and traders have had to deal with consequences of heat and dryness ›
Europe equities firm ahead of Fed decisionBank stocks rally as China provides funds to five top lenders while emerging market shares gain on optimism US Fed will be less hawkish than feared ›
China stimulus reports boost Asia boursesBank stocks rally as China provides funds to five top lenders while emerging market shares gain on optimism US Fed will be less hawkish than feared ›
Wall Street rallies as Fed hopes buildUS stocks gain ground and dollar slips amid optimism that the Federal Reserve will deliver a policy statement that is less hawkish than many fear ›
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