The Bank of England has avoided further embarrassment over its gilt-buying programme by comfortably succeeding in finding investors willing to sell gilts for its post-Brexit economic recovery plan.
The Bank of England’s post-Brexit economic recovery plan got off to a stumbling start when it was unable to buy as many government bonds as it needed from major City investors.
Fidelity International and JPMorgan Chase are among bond investors warming to electronic trading systems in Asia.
The UK has been stripped of its last AAA rating as credit agency Standard & Poor’s warned of the economic, fiscal and constitutional risks the country now faces as a result of the EU referendum result.
A vote to leave the European Union would trigger economic and political convulsions in the UK, plunging the country back into recession and sending the pound sharply lower, a forecasting group has warned.
Bond yields across the advanced world have touched a record low.
Credit Suisse sold $222m of bonds designed to offload potential losses on events like rogue trading, with some investors sidestepping the issue because of the incalculable risk.
A weak start to the year in investment banking.
Adam McKay’s Oscar-winning drama is cited as factor in wariness among investors towards similar bonds based on vehicle loans
Not a bad few days work!
Virgil van Dijk is a key player for Liverpool.
Three Premier League clubs, Arsenal, Watford and Everton, are lining up to bring Shanghai SIPG coach Vitor Pereira to the Premier League.
Chelsea are due to take on Everton at Goodison Park tomorrow.
Liverpool will be taking part in the Club World Cup in Qatar - but the Reds will also be contesting the League Cup quarter-final against Aston Villa the same week.
Leeds United are sitting in the automatic places in the Championship table.
Vaclav Hladky has shone in the Scottish Premiership with St Mirren and he claims that Steven Gerrard's Rangers want to sign him.
Tottenham Hotspur's defence could do with some re-tooling.
Arsenal parted company with Unai Emery last week, but Freddie Ljungberg hasn't sparked much of an improvement.
The Arsenal goalkeeper has been busy this season.
Carlo Ancelotti won the Premier League with Chelsea almost a decade ago but could he really return to England and replace Marco Silva at Goodison Park?
Mizuho Financial Group’s investment bank is targeting a bigger share of global financial bond deals as it seeks more profits overseas and expands its debt capital markets business at home and abroad.
We're old, expensive and worn out. But once we were the future.
U.S. prosecutors are investigating one of Wall Street’s darkest markets, focusing on hedge funds suspected of inflating the value of debt securities in their portfolios to juice the fees they collect.