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UK government bonds fall in price as concerns over Scottish independence referendum fade
Are claims e-money could topple the greenback and dominate world trade accurate?
US currency endures four weeks of losses in longest losing streak since the summer
The Bank of England enters into a swap facility with the BIS to ease a potential currency shortage that nobody would usually be worried about.
Investors seek protection from volatile exchange rate by driving up demand for bitcoin
The Bank of England has united with the Treasury to explore the basis for a UK central bank digital currency, but will it also fairly address the downsides?
Sterling slips after posting sharp gains early in 2021
ECB’s work on monetary innovation should ensure spending cannot be tracked, consultation shows
Beijing’s ambitions could spur acceptance of renminbi as main rival to US currency
Biden administration expected to add country to name-and-shame list despite strengthening ties
Currency index has notched up best performance in nearly three years despite forecasts
Investors fear country’s post-Covid economic bounce will prompt withdrawal of stimulus
Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
The currency’s turnround should boost US imports but have a negative impact on emerging markets
Conditions make it more challenging to unwind positions or bet against lira, analysts say
Speedy return to economic orthodoxy is needed after firing of central bank head
Stocks and bonds also sink following removal of Naci Agbal and fears over monetary policy
Analysts predict ‘ugly reaction’ in currency market to abrupt dismissal of Naci Agbal
A 30-year debt supercycle that has fuelled inequality illustrates the need for a new regime
Here’s how to do it.
US currency advances against the euro as traders price in rising interest rates
Rapid pace of Covid-19 vaccines rollout bolsters outlook for growth and inflation
Receding expectations for negative interest rates also supports sterling
Currency has risen 6.5% against the dollar since start of January as tighter monetary policy shores up sentiment