The president of Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) has said that the fund will use currency hedges to “smooth out” the fund’s exposure to a rising yen.
Implied pound volatility falls most since 2015 U.K. election; Speculators’ bets on sterling weakness are highest in 3 years
Clearing house LCH.Clearnet has unveiled two senior executive appointments to its FX business.
Republican Donald Trump, on the eve of primary elections in five states that he is expected to sweep, launched blistering attacks on Monday on rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich for their 11th-hour joint effort aimed at denying him the party’s presidential nomination.
The German parliament wants to invite European Central Bank President Mario Draghi to explain the bank’s ultra-low interest rates and expansionary monetary policy, sources in the coalition government told Reuters on Tuesday.
Mohamed El-Erian, the chief economic adviser at Allianz SE, said on Monday he expects this week’s Federal Reserve policy-setting meeting to set the stage for a June interest rate hike.
The state’s cash reserves are running low once again. “The more the days go by, the more the pressure grows,” according to one Finance Ministry official, as the absence of funding from the bailout mechanism is starting to have an impact.
The MRAC will describe and discuss how well the derivatives markets are currently functioning, including the impact and implications of the evolving structure of these markets on the movement of risk across market participants.
BP Plc reported a surprise first-quarter profit as a stronger-than-expected refining and trading performance helped mitigate the impact of sliding crude prices.
This column should begin with a financial disclosure — of the writer’s own ineptitude. For around 20 years, every August I have bet 20 pounds on Leicester City to win England’s Premier League.
Standard Chartered has reported a 58 per cent fall in first-quarter profits, leaving investors wondering how long it will take to turn round the emerging markets bank.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc., adviser to billionaires and the world’s largest companies, will now accept your couch-cushion money.
Investor sentiment toward China may have eased following recent releases of more positive economic data, but returns at state-owned firms aren’t among them.
UK banks are lagging behind their European rivals in their recovery since the financial crisis, and are not expected to close the gap for years — if at all — despite their efforts to cut costs and restructure.
Shares in Mitsubishi Motors tanked on Tuesday afternoon in Japan following reports the automaker may have used shoddy fuel economy tests since the 1990s.
China moved to clamp down on excessive speculation in commodities on Monday after weeks of frenzied trading boosted prices and ignited fears of another bubble in its domestic markets.
Global stocks were little changed Tuesday as investors looked ahead to key company earnings reports and central bank meetings later in the week.
A suite of euro-area data on Friday will provide Mario Draghi with his first simultaneous dispatches from both fronts in his struggle to boost inflation — showing how he still has a fight on his hands.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. has expressed its concern about the surge in speculative trading in iron ore futures in China, saying that daily volumes are now so large that they sometimes exceed annual imports.