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Analysis: Underwater: how the Bank of England threw a lifeline to the markets

Analysis: Underwater: how the Bank of England threw a lifeline to the markets

The Bank of England bought bonds after demands from pension funds Some UK pension funds have faced problematic margin calls BoE support seen as window to post collateral UK government’s unfunded tax plan spooked markets LONDON/NEW YORK, Oct 2 (Reuters) – Calls to the Bank of England that some British pension funds were struggling to …

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Analysis: Japan is chasing the intervention on the yen

Analysis: Japan is chasing the intervention on the yen

Japanese yen banknotes are seen in this illustration photo taken September 22, 2022. REUTERS/Florence Lo/Illustration Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register SINGAPORE, Sept 23 (Reuters) – As the Bank of Japan enters the foreign exchange markets for the first time in decades to defend a battered yen, it faces many obstacles, chiefly …

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Analysis |  Is China done with the repression of its market?  Ask for Fosun.

Analysis | Is China done with the repression of its market? Ask for Fosun.

Global investors these days are wondering if Beijing has moved to ease a year-long regulatory crackdown that cost them more than $1 trillion in losses. After all, China makes up about a third of the emerging market benchmark. It’s just too big to ignore. In the absence of a clear policy statement, asset managers have …

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