The central bank wants to shake up the $6.9 trillion money market fund industry, saying it amplified strains during recent economic crises.
Block.one is launching a cryptocurrency exchange that seeks to marry attributes of traditional bourses with those of decentralized finance.
Market players are split on whether recommendations to amend U.K. listing rules in order to bring more companies to London are a good idea.
J.P. Morgan sold $13 billion of bonds, the largest deal ever by a bank, taking advantage of some of the cheapest borrowing costs in years.
European investors and managers with existing bitcoin exposures plan to increase their investments over the next two years.
Money managers and their trade association have set out 10 key features that they want to see from the U.K.'s first sovereign green gilts.
U.K. inflation in February came in below consensus, surprising money managers and going against higher inflation expectations in the market.
Treasury yields breached more key levels as traders boosted bets that the Fed will allow inflation to overshoot as the economy recovers.
An upstart contender to U.S. Treasuries has emerged in the wake of last month's vicious debt rout.
A string of poorly received bond auctions is driving home a message: The Treasuries-led global rout is leaving investors scarred.
A Japanese fund manager at Asset Management One is buying U.S. Treasuries as he believes yields have surged too far.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will emerge victorious or lose by 3 points or less to the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV, analysis suggests.
A senator and the hedge fund community are calling for regulatory scrutiny regarding the attack on short sellers by retail investors.
U.K. managers have called on issuers to transition their corporate bond benchmarks away from LIBOR immediately.
Some of the world's biggest banks are urging a U.S. judge not to immediately terminate LIBOR after a group of borrowers filed a lawsuit.
Global index providers FTSE Russell and MSCI will remove three more Chinese companies, in response to a White House order.
Stocks stabilized in the green, though remained well off session highs after protesters surged into the U.S. Capitol, forcing a lockdown.
There’s confusion over how to interpret President Trump's order to halt investment in certain Chinese firms — costing investors billions.
Tesla fell as much as 7% as it retraced gains from Dec. 18 when tens of millions of shares were purchased by index-fund managers.
Money managers are betting on a swift post-pandemic recovery that won't be content with the single-digit yields of developing-nation debt.
The Federal Reserve may disappoint traders by not tweaking its bond-buying program, which could finally catapult 10-year yields above 1%.
The widening economic gulf between China and other emerging markets is changing the way some investors allocate money to the asset class.
The Bank of Japan is the biggest owner of the nation’s stocks, with the total value of its holdings climbing to more than $400 billion.
Tesla will be added to the S&P 500 index in one shot on Dec. 21, a move that will ripple through the market as managers adjust portfolios.
Expectations are growing that the Federal Reserve will boost purchases of longer-maturity debt as soon as next month.