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Treasury committee urges BoE and Treasury to ‘proceed with caution’ over new currency
Investors betting central bank likely to cut borrowing costs by May next year
Asset managers sell greenback at fastest pace in a year as market prices in more rate cuts next year
Country’s precarious fiscal situation needs more than noisy rhetoric to keep creditors at bay
If Beijing returns to promoting export-led growth, tension over exchange rates may return
Hedge fund Amia Capital becomes latest body to float South Africa using central bank account as economy falters
The pound still looks vulnerable
Euro area depositors won’t all sit still for large, unremunerated required reserves
Yield on short-term British government debt falls to lowest level since June
Investor reaction to the BoJ removing the hard ceiling on 10-year yields has so far been muted
How effective are US financial sanctions in taming Hamas or the Putin regime?
Deutsche Bank sees danger for the yen
Currency sinks close to last intervention point after small adjustment to central bank policy
Two-day policy meeting could end with changes to trading band for government bonds
Inflation-stoking collapse in naira reaches new extremes
If the risk of wider regional conflict over Gaza recedes, the currency’s high valuation is unlikely to be sustained
Prosecutors alleged manager of Glen Point Capital had attempted to artificially move dollar-rand exchange rate
RIP YCC = JPY FTW
Sales surge coincides with People’s Bank of China’s efforts to defend renminbi
Will Japan’s pledge to change corporate culture work?
Wall Street banks forecast rising energy prices and flagging eurozone growth to drag down single currency
A change in the greenback’s historical relationship with oil is increasingly rippling through economies and markets
‘Is the pound the UK’s economic release valve?’ and several other questions, somewhat answered
How will gold, oil and the yen respond to chaos in the Middle East?
Purchases come as global market sell-off drives US Treasury rates