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Bond yields defy expectations of some of the big names in industry
Plus, what does it mean when the lease on the flat I’m buying is ‘defective’?
True cost of a Federal programme has been less than fully transparent
Andrew Left predicted the demise of the Chinese property group but is not celebrating its debt crunch
Amendment to 50-year-old regulation could sweep up fixed income in requirements for stock markets
Payments companies with diversified revenue bases look like better long term bets than so-called ‘mono lines’
National regulators seek greater control of activity beyond their borders
Latest private equity-backed group looks to profit from companies in financial distress because of the pandemic
With regulators happy to sit on their hands, investors’ efforts are unlikely to stop a deal from closing
Bank staff raised ‘circular financing’ concerns about proposed loan to property group’s chair
PE firm under investigation over timing of disclosure of insider information after executives’ $2.7bn share sale
Latest PE listing comes as investors bet on spending boom in wealthier nations
Small and mid-cap stock specialist to use placing funds for expansion including into Europe
Indebted Chinese property developer faces imminent default on $84m offshore coupon payment
And back to the ’50s, again
Firms such as Man Group have gained from spiking gas prices and sharp moves in iron ore
Chancellor orders two reviews following report by Treasury select committee
US fintech is seeking deeper exposure to cryptocurrencies.
Allegations about the fund’s Georgieva risk undermining both institutions
The fate of a regional bank in the 1990s shows what happens when the pillar of government support is removed
Harit Talwar was first employee at Marcus division that now has more than $100bn in deposits
Proposed deal to help seal €18bn Vonovia merger ‘unprecedented and legally questionable’, says US hedge fund
Data from past three decades suggest higher losses that could erode capital
Cost cutting has led to swollen profits, meaning there is plenty to share around — for now at least
Default is one thing, the bigger issue is whether a two-tier China bond market is emerging