Weaker business spending and a squeeze on consumers from higher inflation will dent the UK economy next year, but warnings for a post-referendum recession should prove unfounded, according to the government’s independent forecasters.
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It remains early days for assessing Donald Trump’s economic plans, not least because of the difficulty in separating the serious policies from the wilder campaigning rhetoric, but the bond market seems clear on the central point: the president-elect intends to cut tax taxes, increase spending and deregulate.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at a record high on Thursday, rising more than 200 points as traders continued to absorb Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential race.
Here's the heartwarming story of a Goldman Sachs high-yield bond trader named Tom Malafronte, who bought bonds when customers were selling them, and sold them when customers were buying, and made $100m between January and June.
George Friedlander, one of the best-known strategists in the $3.8tril municipal bond market, is leaving Citigroup after about 40 years with the bank.
Paul Singer, who warned about the housing market before the Great Recession, is once again putting global policymakers on notice.
The Bank of England is to buy £10bn of bonds issued by private companies, including Apple and other overseas corporations, as it begins a dramatic expansion of its quantitative easing programme.
Investors have seen their interest income squeezed as global bond yields plunge. On the flipside, governments aren't complaining.
Picture the scene. It is referendum day and officials from the Bank of England and the Debt Management Office are meeting to discuss contingency plans for if the UK votes to leave the EU.
Will Kieran Tierney's summer move to Arsenal enhance his chances of dethroning Liverpool's Andrew Robertson from the left-back spot on the international stage?
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli was handed a start by Mauricio Pochettino against Bayern Munich.
Virgil van Dijk was far from his best for Liverpool against FC Salzburg at Anfield on Wednesday.
The Ibrox captain's errors led to Rangers conceding goals in Switzerland.
Liverpool manager Christian Pulisic reportedly wanted Chelsea youngster Christian Pulisic at Anfield in 2016.
The Rangers manager Steven Gerrard recently suggested that the Ibrox winger could be pushed into an early return from injury.
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino is reportedly becoming more and more distant in training.
Sadio Mane has shone since joining Jurgen Klopp's Premier League leaders Liverpool from Southampton in the summer of 2016.
The Reds shipped three goals at Anfield after being three up as Jurgen Klopp's charges claimed a narrow Champions League win.
Arsenal left-back Kieran Tierney is set to stay in London over the international break.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is closing on a multibillion-pound settlement with a US regulator over the mis-selling of toxic mortgage bonds - a deal that will remove one of the long-standing obstacles to the Government returning the lender to the private sector.
The Venezuelan debt that Goldman Sachs bought last month may be known as “hunger bonds” to many in the international community, but they’re earning a different moniker on Wall Street: repudiation bonds.
Revenue at the world’s biggest investment banks is likely to drop in the second quarter of this year as a rebound in fixed-income trading comes to an end, JPMorgan Chase analysts wrote.