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Your guide to the investment and business revolution you can’t afford to ignore
Big haircuts are not the answer in a crisis of confidence
Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
Tensions between province and investors bode ill for talks on Argentina’s sovereign debt
Accounting standards offer standardised way of reporting sustainability effects
The Chinese real estate market continues to require fresh capital.
The surge in exchange traded funds and portfolio trading is shaking up US fixed income, putting pressure on banks?
Business pledges to serve multiple stakeholders elicit cynicism
Willing capital markets and cheap technologies will make climate change choices easier
$1.2bn bond maturing in March is trading just above 80 cents on the dollar
Environmentally friendly government bonds offer an easy win, but bring fresh problems
Rising food and fuel prices could halt rate-cut cycle in its tracks
Your guide to the investment and business revolution you can’t afford to ignore?
Unlike green bonds, money from sustainability-linked loans can be used for any purpose
Ecological dividends from green gilts have so far been hazy at best
US central bank faces communications challenge over new round of asset purchases
And why meaningful corporate-specific targets are needed if social impact objectives are to be achieved.
BlackRock backs two sustainability accounting standards in warning to companies
Investors should pay more for this type of sovereign debt, says key official?
Number of primary dealers is around the lowest in data going back to 2006
Net inflows almost quadruple to more than $20bn, according to Morningstar
Hedge fund says lack of liquidity could lead to violent price declines in a crisis
Bear-free gains in S&P 500 index near the tech-fuelled surge of the 1990s