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The blowout in sovereign bonds continued as US inflation surged to a fresh 40-year high. The aggressive Treasury sell-off saw the 2-year yield notch its biggest daily rise since 2009, jumping above...
What do you do after you’ve shown your best hand, and find out no one was that impressed? After being rebuked and scorned over a failed £50bn stab at taking over GSK’s consumer unit, Alan Jope’s...
European stock markets made broad gains in early trade on Wednesday, buoyed by a strong lead from tech after a rally in the US and a positive handover from Asia. The FTSE traded above 7,600 again,...
The FTSE 100 led the gains in early trading in Europe as results from BP (LON:BP) lifted the heavyweight by 1.6%, while heavier weight Shell (LON:RDSa) followed suit. Profits at BP rose to $12.8bn,...
Yawn and stretch and try to come alive...European stock markets are up a bit, the dollar is up a tad after a run of losses, oil is stabilising after rallying to multi-year highs last week; Bitcoin...
Weltschmerz…The governor of the Bank of England, Andrew Bailey, says we can do our bit to help to battle rising inflation by not asking for wage increases. Coming from someone who’s been sleeping at...
Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) is like the shopping mall: it used to be where all the young, hip kids would hang out for hours on end; now it’s just a place for old people and occasional cranks to get annoyed....
European tech stocks led the main bourses higher after a bumper earnings report from Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and generally more positive risk sentiment as Wall Street rose on Tuesday for a third...
Stocks across the main European bourses are off to a strong start in February, building on some recovery yesterday and another blockbuster rally for US tech. The Lunar New Year keeps many Asian...
Solid start to trade in Europe on Monday morning after a rip-roaring close for Wall Street on Friday, repairing some damage done last week. Shares in Frankfurt +1.5% in early trade, London +0.3% with...