Financial Times : Markets (126)

S&P 500 closes at 6-week low as 'Bannon-bump' fades

Oil jumps by most in 4 weeks as traders rush to cover short positions

US stocks shoot higher, gold falls on Bannon ouster reports

What will it take for markets to crash?

Markets have defied pessimists for years

Goldman's foray into cryptocurrency

Chinese share indices: 24-hour party people

Extending index eligibility beyond H shares makes sense

S&P 500 poised for second weekly drop on political tensions

The 'finance franchise' and fintech

Some curious securities lending activity from Microsoft

Evolution

Equity research: fines and dandy

Tougher scrutiny of banks' analysis makes finance a cleaner business

Markets Live: Friday, 18th August, 2017

Euro picks up after knock from ECB

European stocks shaky as Trump turmoil and terror hits markets

Podcast: Lee Buchheit and Mitu Gulati on Venezuela's debt

Enforcing new Venezuelan public debt instruments

Opening Quote: Macquarie completes GIB takeover

Daily briefing: Second Spain attack thwarted, Uber share sale, US markets plunge

Counter-terror operation by the Spanish police has killed five people to stop a second attempted terrorist attack

Fast Europe Open: eurozone current account, construction output

Buchheit and Gulati on restructuring Venezuela's debt

Lee Buchheit and Mitu Gulati, two of the world's foremost experts on sovereign debt restructuring, join the FT's Robin Wigglesworth to explain Venezuela's looming debt crisis and options for solving it, while the country's economic collapse and humanitarian problems continue to worsen.

Halting ill-starred projects is painful but money well spent

'Garden bridge' would have left taxpayers on the hook for substantial costs

Asia Pacific stocks suffer after low close for Wall Street, Barcelona attack

Asia equities open lower after Wall Street slides

Fast Asia Open: Malaysia Q2 GDP, China FDI

How business leaders lost faith in Trump

Advisory group members had hoped to tame president but decided they had to draw a line

US equities fall on political turmoil and terror

S&P 500 suffers its second-largest one-day fall of the year

Cautious markets focus on Trump and central banks

Wall Street slides while euro takes a hit from ECB minutes

US stocks close lower on global uncertainty after Barcelona attack

S&P sinks 1% on rising US political concerns, Barcelona van attack

Johnson Matthey gains on optimism over diesel

Risks of phase-out in Europe 'blown out of proportion', say analysts

US stocks pressured by political drama

Euro falls after minutes show ECB concern at strength

Rise of single currency complicates central bank's efforts to hit inflation target

Pimco warns of 'mass scramble' if Libor transition is disorderly

US launches bid to rewrite trading relationships

Gideon Rachman discusses Trump's chances of success with Shawn Donnan and James Kynge

Why a repeat of the 2007 crisis is unlikely

Capital Economics doubts the prospects of a re-run of the financial crisis

Plotting the pound's pivotal data point

Sterling found support this week after strong wages and jobs data. The rebound followed lacklustre inflation data, but after a multi-decade high for employment and a forecast-beating rise in incomes, have the Bank of England's hawks been left with more room to fly? Nick Gartside, International CIO ...

US stocks poised to follow Europe lower

Reminder: Your self-destructing' messages do not actually self-destruct

Trump and Fed keep cap on the dollar

Opening Quote: Hikma proves that generic copy is hard to churn out

China coking coal, iron ore futures rally ahead of housing price data

Daily briefing: Apple CEO slams Trump, peanut allergy progress, Walmart reports

Tim Cook has sent an email to all global employees condemning racism and bigotry

Fast Europe Open: UK retail sales, ECB minutes

EM worries over swelling influence of ETF flows

Damage could be severe if the tide of money reverses, some investors fear

UK driving surge offers respite for rattled petro-sheikhs

While electric cars get attention, weak oil price boosts petrol consumption in the UK

Dollar weakens further against Asian currencies

Asia Pacific stocks mixed as earnings flood in

Fast Asia Open: Philippines GDP, Japan trade data

Dollar retreats amid fresh doubts over Trump agenda

Treasuries and gold rise while Wall Street pares early gains

Wall St ekes out gain, dollar slips amid Fed minutes, Trump CEO rebuke