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An opportunity has opened up for the US president to install a powerful bloc of governors
Data show that traffic through global ports is finally starting to ease as backlogs clear
Algeria plans to shut down pipeline that passes through Morocco to Spain
True cost of a Federal programme has been less than fully transparent
Both Democrats and Republicans may be underestimating the trouble it might cause
Rising prices may spur populist backlash as generators switch to renewable fuels
Collateral chains are key to market liquidity, but credit conditions could tighten
Chaotic withdrawal of troops from Kabul raises questions about America’s future economic path
Extreme weather events and mandatory disclosure rules for companies spur demand for risk assessments
Ginnie Mae proposes tougher eligibility rules — but who is behind this idea?
Demand for goods might drop after stockpiles are run down as supply chain problems ease
Federal Reserve and US government action is leading to a shortage of quality collateral to underpin trades
Court verdict on sovereignty of Western Sahara may roil supplies
Politicians in Washington should not be allowed to benefit from non-public information
Declining reliability of US electricity grids boosts demand, particularly in California and Texas
US watchdog plans to close a loophole that has left ‘real cracks’ in the regulatory regime
Sector enjoys best first months of an administration since Roosevelt’s first term in 1933
Biden officials likely to seek reforms to ensure debt can be traded without overwhelming the financial system
A faster rise in gas prices than for carbon allowances has incentivised use of coal-fired power plants
Cycles of shortages may lead to speculative binges and then deeper recessions spurred by inventory liquidation
Sector’s companies are reverting to type: low-tech metal benders with subnormal valuations
Astonishing turnround as rising demand for food and easy credit spurs use by farmers
Bankers worried about the risks of the replacement for global borrowing benchmark
Shift in market after exceptional year for profits and pay
Bad news for rich people but records show natural rate of interest declines for decades