“You're either stupid or a genius.”
The agency shines a light on the Biblical driller
Live markets commentary from FT.com
Inflation stirs; The problems with Epp and Borghetto; Trade war insecurity; Not soft on the city; Three Brexit scenarios for Labour
How would a wave of “fallen angel” downgrades affect the high-yield bond market?
Universities, like banks, benefit from expected government support.
Striking; taxation; spies; Africa's richest man; and more.
“If anyone bothered to do the math”.
But they matter anyway, and could be hurting performance in risk markets, says Citi's Matt King.
The latest tariff list is exhaustive and weird.
“May the bridges I burn light the way”; Nobody knows anything; The Legend of Joaquín Murieta; Six lies on trade; and more
Cheese is always free in the trap.
Imperial College London and eToro have published a joint report, and we can't see how it's not just PR.
Netflix isn't reckless; your opinions are not superior; interpreting probabilistic words; localising pension fund investments; and more.
Manmohan Singh and Zohair Alam of the IMF discuss a re-acceleration of rehypothecation.
British Universities might ponder China's influence on their financial future.
S&P looks at miners' balance sheets and judges them fine.
LSE: educators of JFK, Friedrich von Hayek, and the next big thing in crypto trading.
Please let's stop talking about “labour shortages”.
Brexit bulldog out; local Twitter; making and unmaking the economy; going to Graceland; and more.
Delayed for the post-football hangover edition
And the Sidewalk Toronto mire deepens
The gradual commodification of residential property.
Faust to do god’s work; Are we blind to the gorillas?; The teens; The neoliberals