LONDON Following are five big themes likely to dominate the thinking of investors and traders in the coming week and the Reuters stories related to them.
LONDON As Wall Street and world stocks chalk up record high after record high, anxiety about a steep correction is mounting.
LONDON It is perhaps fitting that the biggest annual gathering of central banking's great and good takes place at a fishing retreat: financial markets are angling for the slightest hint on where monetary policy is headed.
LONDON Focus has sharpened on how exchange-traded bond funds react to market shocks after recent wobbles showed some performing out of line with the assets they are designed to mirror.
LONDON Bitcoin and other "cryptocurrencies" are big money, virtually as big as Goldman Sachs and Royal Bank of Scotland combined.
TORONTO Investors are losing enthusiasm for Canada's banking stocks as a slowdown in the country's housing market dents banks' growth prospects, and they see insurance companies as a better bet to benefit from higher interest rates.
LONDON Ten years ago to the day, the European Central Bank pumped 95 billion euros into the banking system to prevent it from seizing up, marking the start of the global credit crisis.
LONDON Attractively high dividend payouts by companies listed on Britain's stock market could be in danger.
LONDON Ten years ago on Wednesday marked the start for many observers of the global financial crisis - a series of rolling credit shocks and bank crashes that led to the deepest world recession for a generation and a decade of slow growth and painful repair.
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