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Government says it may cut back on issuance in November amid easing borrowing needs
Plus, NGFS faces criticism over scenarios, and a breakthrough in the war against microplastics?
Investor sentiment sours further against hugely indebted property developer facing cash crunch
It’s quiet but perhaps not too quiet.
Wall Street stocks lose steam over concerns that ‘peak growth’ has passed
African nation joins several peers taking advantage of high yields in emerging markets
Investment in practical ways to get to net zero will help deliver the solutions we need
Oil and gas industry stiffens resistance to tougher new environmental regime
After months of seemingly indiscriminate buying, investors start to balk at riskiest deals
Research claims many portfolios are misreported by managers to game rating system
Leading US bond manager says ballooning housing costs could push interest rates higher
Fear of regulatory intervention has put off retail traders and institutional investors alike
Relentless Tips flow distorts signals from government debt market
Plus, who is in charge of IFRS’s sustainability project? The environmental impact of space tourism and the battle over an Alaskan mining project
Decision to back term Sofr comes as hunt for alternative to scandal-hit rate reaches ‘home stretch’
As Congress thrashes out a deal, drought of ultra-safe short-term securities will intensify
Target companies are raising debt rather than equity to push transactions over the line
Dollar index reverses earlier gains
Heavyweight group proposes sweeping changes to prevent repeated market meltdowns
Plus, who should pay for ESG ratings, fossil fuel companies’ undisclosed gifts to Oxford, and Japan moves to mandate climate risk disclosure
Is there any signal amid the Treasury market noise?
Brokerage to set aside up to 35% of shares for retail investors on its own app in break from norm
As a cash pile mounts in the financial system, the central bank’s interest rate policy is working less well than it used to
Metrics and benchmarks aim to help banks and investors engage with companies that will not damage the planet