Mon, Oct 2, 2023
2:46 amGerman regulator installs monitor at Deutsche Bank amid Postbank customer service issues
2:30 amThe September rate spike
What just happened?
2:00 amAsset Management: The hedge fund bet that’s scaring regulators
Plus, policymakers turn up heat on shadow banks, Afghan currency rallies, and walking the New River Path
1:00 amZimbabwe aims to shake off election criticism with new debt deal
Emmerson Mnangagwa bets that disputed poll and increasing cronyism will not block an accord with Harare’s creditors
1:00 amDear London, my negativity is not the problem
Don’t blame the messenger: bad press is a symptom not a cause of the UK market’s woes
1:00 amFTX founder Bankman-Fried prepares for the fight of his life in US trial
One-time poster child of crypto faces a legal reckoning in proceedings that will lay bare the collapse of his empire
1:00 amChina’s CSI 2000 ETFs fail to make expected splash with investors
Assets raised by eight new funds have been dwarfed by capital being pulled from Chinese markets
1:00 amFrankfurt prosecutors charge German citizen with insider trading
German citizen allegedly received confidential information from Perella Weinberg banker
1:00 amCurrency wars are not what they used to be
The impact of devaluations on trade, corporate earnings, prices and capital flows might now be more nuanced
Sun, Oct 1, 2023
8:01 pmInvestors read the runes on course of Japan’s monetary policy
Central bank watchers deeply divided on when and how ultra-loose approach will unwind
8:01 pmJapan’s prime minister Kishida says: ‘reassess our economy’
Investors, notably in Asia, seek reassurance that bounceback will last, as ‘unpredictable’ China loses its sheen
8:01 pmJapan government sweeteners aim to attract investors
Official push is on to lure more investment but the real issue may be lack of asset managers’ transparency
8:01 pmIt’s time for Japanese equities to leave the doldrums
Ukraine and pandemic aftermath set scene for reversal of main stock index underperformance
8:01 pmJapan government pension acts on population strain
World’s largest retirement fund turns to data science in hunt for higher returns
8:01 pmYen tumbles and shares soar as Japan inflation begins to bite
Export industries report all-time highs, while households face rising cost of imports
9:00 amVCs tell start-ups to delay IPO plans after Arm and Instacart underwhelm
Tech debuts were overshadowed by concern about interest rates, frustrating hopes for a rush of listings
7:00 amIt is right to shed light on opaque private capital markets
Authorities need to monitor valuation practices to better assess risks in the industry
1:00 am‘Talk to everyone you can’: Plaid’s Zach Perret on navigating a failed sale and Covid upheaval
The fintech boss says he ‘over-communicated’ with staff as they suffered a period of uncertainty
1:00 amKorea Zinc expands nickel production to meet US battery demand
Plant under construction would make South Korean company the largest non-Chinese producer of nickel sulphate
Sat, Sep 30, 2023
9:00 amAfghan currency posts world-beating rally in third quarter
Aid inflows and Taliban currency controls help afghani climb almost 10%
8:20 amExtreme weather hits lovers of sweet treats in the pocket
Prices of sugar and chocolate are rising steeply as heat and reduced rainfall disrupt supply
8:00 amRevolut attracts UK watchdog scrutiny over red-flag accounts
Fintech allegedly let funds flow from accounts restricted by the National Crime Agency
8:00 amIrish regulator warns banks against ‘complacency’ as interest rates rise
Central bank’s Sharon Donnery says lenders should be mindful of the economic outlook when they are setting dividends
1:00 amA breakout year for Japanese stocks
After a series of false dawns, investors sense a long-awaited shift in the Tokyo market
Fri, Sep 29, 2023
6:07 pmUS stocks notch quarterly drop against backdrop of Treasury sell-off
Bond yields fell on Friday as investors welcome latest inflation data in the eurozone and US
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