No one wants UK equities. The influential global fund manager survey published by Bank of America Merrill Lynch reported that they were the most unpopular asset in April
Few words are as visceral, and yet as ill-defined, as populism. It has become a catch-all phrase for the sense of malaise sweeping the world
Creeping tensions have appeared in the interbank market that, in the past, sowed the seeds of economic downturns and financial crises
The bout of marked market volatility in February prompted a heated debate: were financial markets close to a Minsky moment?