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Employers added 4.8m jobs in June but investors remain concerned over virus surge
Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
Last updated 12:30pm BST. Featuring Pfizer, DS Smith, Meggitt, Heineken, Lloyds, Rio Tinto, BHP, Auto Trader, National Grid and small oil M&A.
Coronavirus helps drive frothy valuations in country’s healthcare stocks
There is a lot to lose and little to gain from market timing
The suicide of Alex Kearns — who thought he had lost heavily — has triggered calls for reform of online brokerages
Worries about a political crisis replace confidence about a Trump re-election
Corporate governance scandals and other challenges could mean ‘death’ of the bourse, says one analyst
Global markets have rebounded after a sell-off in the first three months of 2020
Shares of electric auto pioneer rise fivefold in year as value of rivals drop because of pandemic
South Korean biotech stocks have been a favourite of retail investors even before the pandemic
Last updated 12:30pm BST. Featuring SSP, Clariant, BAT, Imperial Brands, Swedish Match, Kingfisher, Lundin, Tullow Oil, Cairn Energy, Virgin Money and Close Brothers.
S&P 500 index ended June 1.8 per cent higher while Euro Stoxx 600 index rose 3 per cent
Fund managers and banks say long hours are antisocial and unnecessary
Central bank stimulus and hopes for economic recovery prompt sharp second-quarter rally
Last updated 1:30pm BST. Featuring Redrow, Shell, Petropavlovsk, RELX, Royal Mail, Spirent, Scor, Wolters Kluwer, Kingfisher, M&C Saatchi, Barry Callebaut and Ashmore.
In a year of human and economic devastation, the FT looks at which companies have defied the odds
Boeing soars on reports regulators could begin certification process for grounded 737 Max
Fund managers are turning to high-yield bonds, rather than stocks, in search of returns
A new study looks back at two decades of activist short-selling, and how companies responded.
Last updated 12:00pm BST. Featuring Drax, BP, Wirecard, Balfour Beatty, CapGemini, Unilever, Reckitt Benckiser, Danone, Brexit and DPL.
Market faces obvious strains, but analysts are almost uniformly bullish