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Central bank chair’s support for deregulation has weakened the financial system
The rush into shadowy markets is understandable, but many investors will probably rue their recklessness eventually
Periods of commodity price pressure will reoccur as broad-based demand meets inadequate infrastructure
Investors are worried by the maturing of a big gilt issue as giant QE programme starts to unwind
A trend of ‘demonstration investments’ can be counter-productive over the long term
Rising inflation and supply chain woes add to pressure on vulnerable countries
Retail investors face outsized risks without safeguards from regulators
Beijing’s policymaking process is the main issue, not political objectives
Are extreme price swings part of a longer-term trend in the transition towards a greener future?
The rosy market calculus of strong growth underpinned by cheap finance into perpetuity is under threat
Tremendous liquidity in financial system has led to series of bubbles fed on hype over wondrous trends
Central bank should look at labour participation to fulfil dual mandates
Long-term investors know patience may be rewarded with strong gains
It would take a longer and colder winter than last year to see market pricing sustained above current levels
The longer central bank ‘tapering’ is delayed, the more the risk of a disruptive markets move
Many believe they examine assumptions of future cash flows in their decisions, but few do so rigorously and explicitly
UK equities are still below the level at the turn of the millennium
Berlin needs to raise public investment and fund the transition to a greener future
Fiscal support and reform needed to continue progress on the economy under new prime minister
Even Beijing may not know whether it will be comfortable with Big Tech in the future and in what form
Banning practice would throw a wrench into the well-oiled machine of the most efficient markets in the world
Allure of country for investors will rise as uncertainty over the end of the US monetary policy experiment increases
Boards are still too insulated from investor pressure to reform
Reporting requirements hinder engagement between shareholders and companies
Waves of disruptions suggest that longer-term forces are in play