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Sell-off sees European equities finish in the red
But persistently low interest rates make it hard to stay out of equities
MEMX is hoping to disrupt the US equities market when it launches in July
Featuring Lloyds Banking Group, Schneider Electric, Smith & Nephew, Aveva, MoneySupermarket, Burberry, Hammerson and?shenanigans.
Is it market manipulation when stocks go up?
Number of US companies dropping to junk ratings already close to half last year’s total
Distressed specialists are circling Yes Bank, the fourth-largest private sector lender
Analyst cautions investors are underestimating impact of coronavirus on earnings
Analyst boosts price target on projected growth in solar power
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Investors gravitate towards derivatives because they are cheaper than underlying shares
Nasdaq closes at record despite drop in semiconductor stocks
Budget expected to paint grim picture of debt position and growth potential
Central bank support and buyback programmes mean investors are shrugging off threats
Featuring Apple, HSBC, Weir Group, InterContinental Hotels, Amigo, Coca-Cola HBC, Pennon and a disused car park in the?Midlands.
Algorithm-driven investment towards end of last year preceded price jump
CSI 300 gains as traders bank on Beijing easing further to cushion coronavirus impact
Featuring Jupiter Fund Management, Alstom, Tullow Oil, NMC Health, BASF, Meggitt, Electrocomponents and windswept herbicide.
SoftBank’s investment chief pushes for a hedge fund vehicle
Bank launches product based on US shares that mirrors CSI 300 benchmark
Drop at flagship product drags out run of disappointing performance
Optimism, not pessimism, could spark future takeover offers for UK investment houses
Investors overlook concerns over coronavirus outbreak
Jarring rallies ‘belie cynicism’ over the power of central banks
Expectation of central bank support keeps markets afloat despite ‘black swan’ event