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How the market-making and liquidity management desks became the new risk-taking centres across the banking industry.
Industry slumps; power trips; dirty laundry; and much more.
Harry Evans; Taleb; Stevenage; and much more.
ESG scrutinised, ECB stablecoins, Shortsellers’ TV
Passive investing is rather active.
Abramovich; music piracy; a redacted report and much more . . .
We watched Eintracht Frankfurt on the first day of the season to find out how the return of supporters went.
We channel our inner Top Gear around the curvy roads of Southern England in this new FT Video.
Shipping; Perugia; vaccines; and much more.
Leo Hindery spells out the need for politicians to look beyond the official Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers when considering stimulus measures.
Michael Pettis argues imbalances will continue to set China back unless retail sales once again begin to outpace industrial production.
One of the UK’s best performing stocks in recent memory has yet to recover from the coronavirus crisis, does it present an opportunity?
David Graeber; Claudia Sahm; Uber; and much more.
Britain’s world-beating testing system; birds falling out of the sky; “heat-ray” devices; desperate Boris; and much more.
In the grand scheme of things though, the 14 per cent drop on Wednesday is probably just “chicken feed”.
JK Rowling; Health communications; Nikola’s ongoing failings
When bubbles pop, even the winners are in the wilderness.
In this post Jeremy Abelson argues that the malleable initial public offering, is still the best way for a company to list.
Hipgnosis; coordinated risk; LVMH and much more . . .
The electric truck bubble stock du jour responds to the evil shorty.
Russian elites and Bulgarian criminals; Bloomberg and Biden; women and protest; and much more.
Well, sort of.
We talk to Hubert Horan about how investors need to wake up to the economic horror-show facing the airline sector.
Surveillance; Trade; Dune; and much more.
Or, we could just keep reporting whichever direction the wind is travelling in.