UK Economy: What Will the Crisis Be After the Crisis?

London CNN business – There was good and bad news in Friday’s revised data on the UK economy. It grew – marginally – in the second quarter of the year, rather than shrinking as previously estimated. But the latest update from the Office for National Statistics also showed that the UK is the only G7 … Read more

Pre-market stocks: Markets are hoping Porsche can break the IPO blockade

A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business’s Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can subscribe right here. You can listen to an audio version of the newsletter by clicking on the same link. New York CNN business – Global recession warnings are widespread, inflation is persistent and Russia is exacerbating … Read more

Opinion: Rate hikes are scaring the market, but equity investors are focusing on the wrong rate

The stock market has been scared of rising interest rates. Let’s think carefully, from the point of view of value investing, about these fears. Warren Buffett said investors should think of stocks as “disguised bonds,” as shares pay dividends, similar to coupons paid by bonds, and can be valued similarly. Bonds are routinely valued by … Read more

Opinion: Market instability replaces inflation as a major risk, increasing the chances of a pivot by the Federal Reserve

Market instability is the biggest risk for central banks globally, as it replaces inflation, due to the huge amount of leverage. So far, the US Federal Reserve is in luck because there is low volatility in the SPX stock market, -2.11%, even if there is a bear market. Market stability gives the Fed room for … Read more

How the US is exporting inflation to other countries

London CNN business – The Federal Reserve is focused on voting price increases in the United States. But countries thousands of miles away are teetering from their hardball campaign to strangle inflation as their central banks are forced to raise interest rates faster and higher and a runaway dollar pushes value down. of their currencies. … Read more

Tilted markets get a great deal of cold from the Bank of England

This story is part of CNN Business’ Nightcap newsletter. To receive it in your mailbox, register for free, here. New York CNN business – All the UK government drama keeps me from catching up on the only British drama I really want to consume, which is Love Island, season 8, which I haven’t finished yet … Read more

UK bond yields plummet after the Bank of England stepped in to buy “whatever scale needed”

UK gilts yields fell from a 14-year high after the Bank of England said it would buy bonds at “whatever scale is needed” to restore orderly market conditions. The 10-year benchmark gilt yield TMBMKGB-10Y, 4.014%, moving in the opposite direction to prices, it fell 49 basis points to 4.03%, after falling at one point below … Read more

Take no prisoners: In the Fed’s fight against inflation, no one is spared

New York CNN business – Call it the “take no prisoners” economy. Concerns about the recession are deepening around the world. Mortgage rates rise and homes stabilize. The Dow is at a two-year low and close to a bear market. Global central banks are raising interest rates with no end in sight until high inflation … Read more

“Financial markets are throwing in the towel”: recession fears rise as the Fed holds back the economy

The likelihood of significantly higher interest rates skewed the odds towards another recession within a year, economists say. Yet some continue to hope that the US can get away with a period of slow growth instead of a downright decline. In a move widely anticipated by financial markets, the Federal Reserve orchestrated another huge US … Read more