The government has tipped the wink to the market that gilt prices will be going up, and then wonders why it can't find enough sellers in its gilt purchase programme
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With the Nasdaq Composite chalking up a record high intraday on Tuesday it was a good day to get bad news out of the door - only the negatives for the sector were, as one might suspect, outweighed by the positives
Imports hit a record high in June but with sterling now worth less than the Slambovian gumbo bean that will probably soon change.
The SFO investigates Airbus; rail, bus and "do the right thing" delays at Delta Air Lines, Southern Railway and BHS, respectively; Sound Energy - the great lost Madchester band of the nineties; conjugate the verb Gov (YouGov ...)
Friday bore witness to a stampede of bulls on Wall Street as US jobs numbers outgunned only the most optimistic outlying views on growth in the world’s biggest economy
UK taxpayer funded banks have so far reportedly refused to pass the rate cut on
The Bank of England’s move to cut UK interest rates on Thursday was a well-trailed event yet it moved markets in London and had a knock-on effect on Wall Street. But did they overreact to a lame policy action?
Is Indian wind better than European wind? Not even an advertising agency would claim that.
Along with surprisingly good news about falling gasoline inventories, the day was marked with gains for Occidental Petroleum and Devon Energy which showed how you can produce more with lower costs and cut your losses
The Hong Kong-based Bitcoin exchange Bitfinex has suspended trading of the digital currency
Volkswagen AG ADRs had a relatively lighter day than the parent’s stock back in Germany, after the automotive said it was seeking dismissal of a class action lawsuit in California
Old King Coal is not such a merry old soul, now renewables fuel sources have overtaken it as the second-most common source of fuel used by electricity providers
If European banks trading in the United States did not have enough problems to contend with back at HQ they certainly are nervous about the future in the big Apple too. Most of the European banks came through their European Union stress tests with flying colours, except state-rescued Royal Bank of Scotland which was singled...
Ee, 'appen. According t'witter it's Yorkshire Day today, so we can all drink tea, sup ale, play cricket and luke [sic] up the definition of irony in t'dictionary
Friday was a good session, and month, for tech stocks, as after hours the previous day a slew of household companies announced buoyant second quarter earnings
Gulf Keystone cops an offer from Norway's DNO and Sierra Rutile mulls lowball Aussie approach.