Cutting bond purchases to €60bn a month
'Losing trust' in globalisation
Fund managers have warned of short-term volatility following Italy's vote against constitutional reform in this weekend's referendum, which they say could "exert a baleful influence" on the country's struggling banking sector.
The euro fell to levels last seen in March 2015 last night as Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said he would resign after suffering a worse defeat than expected in the country's referendum on constitutional reform.
Criticised monetary policy
Oil soared to over $50 a barrel
Follows Draghi comments of Brexit 'pain'
For over two decades, the pace of Italy's economic growth has lagged that of its major continental peers, writes LGIM's Justin Onuekwusi.
Commenting on govt plans announced today
Speaking ahead of potential Fed hike next month
Concluded remuneration consultation
Dollar jumps to 13-year high
'No radical announcements'
Philip Hammond's first Autumn Statement
Yields on benchmark 10-year UK government bonds jump following announcement
Also commits to increase ISA limit
'Long overdue reform of tax policy making'
Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced plans to help British technology start-up companies by "injecting an initial £400m into venture capital funds".
Autumn Statement 2016: OBR downgrades UK growth forecasts on Brexit uncertainty; Chancellor unveils £23bn National Productivity fund
GDP growth to fall to 1.4% in 2017
Sell-off in bond market following US Election result
Key indicators flashing red
Faced criticism during US President-elect's campaign
Boosted by Trump's fiscal stimulus plans
Quick-fire interview with Columbia Threadneedle CIO Burgess: Geo-political risk a 'big feature' for investors
Mark Burgess, CIO of Columbia Threadneedle, talks to Katrina Lloyd about the potential stagflationary impact of a Trump presidency and uncertainties for the UK outlook following the Brexit vote.