You wouldn’t necessarily know it, but late last month (June 2016) the Federal Reserve released the results of one of the major stress tests performed on the US banking system.
Apart from a few banking sector specialists, little attention seems to have been paid to the results of the 2016… Read the article
Banks were hit hard yesterday in the wake of the UK’s vote to leave the EU, with trading in RBS and Barclays temporarily suspended yesterday morning. Today, the market has opened firmer with financials amongst the leading gainers emphasising the increasingly volatile world we are now inhabiting. Standing back from… Read the article
Unexpected changes to a central bank’s reference interest rate can cause chaotic price movements. Surprise action by the Bank of Japan (BoJ) in January has driven a shift in investor beliefs. Where previously negative interest rates were not seriously considered by investors, now they are a reality.
This is an… Read the article