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S&P 500 gains 2% over past five days as company results temper fears of inflation
Non-farm payrolls missed forecasts but analysts still expect Fed to start cutting monetary stimulus
S&P 500 recovers while government bond prices also strengthen
UK’s largest food retailer expected to lay out plans to return capital to shareholders
UK genomics group makes devices used to sequence Covid variants
UK equities are still below the level at the turn of the millennium
Global stocks bounce after Evergrande bond payment update
CurveGlobal Markets has failed to win enough business and will cease trading in January
Even the Bank of England seems less solid than before
S&P 500 records its seventh consecutive month of gains
US government debt prices also rose after Federal Reserve chief’s address
Traders focus on Jackson Hole meeting as they search for clues on policy
FTSE’s outdated rules on nationality and liquidity create distorted view of London market
Investors shake off Delta variant concerns ahead of Jackson Hole symposium
Miner’s restructuring would mean it leaves FTSE 100 index
S&P 500 rises 0.3% on Monday for fifth consecutive day of gains
Asian bourses retreat after Beijing sets out plan to tighten regulatory grip
Tech stocks shortage and lower dividends led retail investors to pull £2.2bn from funds in first half
European shares also reach fresh all-time peak after fourth consecutive rise
It’s not just ‘IHT fever’ that’s powering the UK’s Alternative Investment Market
Results from BP and Société Générale help push European shares to another peak
Income investors are enjoying a bumper crop of payouts this summer — but are they sustainable?
European equities close at a high, boosted by upbeat earnings
Monetary responses to rising inflation will be more muted than in past crises
UK-based group joins a small number of buyout companies listed on European markets