Live markets commentary from FT.com
Rate rise speculation has returned. Which is one reason sterling was up sharply on Tuesday, in spite of the “clean brexit” speech from Ms May. Here’s a quick take from ING’s James Knightley:
Any tax cuts for the American middle classes will likely lead to big declines in revenue, but then any attempt to close the deficit by taxing those with high incomes would require huge rate hikes.
Reviving an occasional FTAV series…
But is the stock market reaction the right response? Are people not listening to the PEOTUS?
A a nuclear engineer and his sister, well known in London’s financial circles…
The real cross-asset portfolio rebalancing will be from Davos Man to Joe Six Pack, according to Merrill Lynch.
A final goodbye to an unconglomerate
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Having stunned and then been shunned in London, a curious thing called Gate Ventures has re-surfaced in the Danish capital. 買方小心
It’s here. The URL got changed with the recent design revamp. Sorry we didn’t warn you.
When has the lira really ever been up against the dollar?
One for regular readers, this. It’s a straight (and serious) question. Answers/thoughts in the comment box below, please.