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Abundant global liquidity has only papered over EM’s debt problems and will not last
City state’s regulator will examine whether blockbuster deal could hit foreign-exchange pricing
The pound has been a ball-and-chain on successive UK governments
Head of city’s de facto central bank shrugs off the threat of speculative attacks
The BIS wants central banks to lure digital money users from private closed-system challengers with openness. But perhaps a better strategy is to offer guaranteed privacy.
Next month European leaders should endorse eurobonds to counter Covid-19 crisis
Government accuses operators and stock exchange of aiding sabotage of nation’s currency
For those who thought compliant Visa/Mastercard-networked cryptocards were too good to be true . . .turns out they probably were.
And neither will it any time soon.
We could be on the cusp of the biggest revolution in the way money is accounted for since the 17th century.
Chicago-based group is trying to break dominance of EBS and Matching in $6.6tn market
Currency down 13 per cent in past month as sanctions and coronavirus hurt economy
Plans for eight west African nations to launch a ‘liberated’ currency have gone awry
Until the pandemic the demise of cash was very much customer led. Now, however, the push seems to be coming from vendors.
Brexit has permanently altered investors’ views on sterling, warns strategist
The recent explosive expansion of the Fed’s balance sheet and its strategic favouring of dispersal of dollars to some central banks and not others indicates we have entered times of monetary war.
Move by policymakers in Europe and Japan reflects easing of global funding conditions
Analysts note that exchange rates have become detached from the usual drivers
Countries that are able to borrow in their own currency face fewer risks
Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
Government and central bank battle to ease worst economic crisis since country’s civil war
World’s second currency can deliver more benefits to eurozone states if privileges are shared
Falling exchange rate and inflows to emerging markets affect use of US Fed swap lines
Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets