Volatility is 'trial and error'
50% chance of cut next month
Wealth managers and their clients waking up to the EU referendum result this morning are facing their worst case scenario in terms of the investment landscape. Sterling has hit its lowest level since 1985 and global markets are in freefall after the UK...
Risks to financial stability
Pound lower against dollar and euro
Family businesses has enjoyed operating across Europe
Strongest start to the year since 2001
Driven by drop in air fares
London particularly vulnerable
Among 200 economists backing 'remain' vote
Monetary tools available
Await interest rate decision
Emiel van den Heiligenberg, head of asset allocation at LGIM, takes a closer look at the remaining options for global central banks.
Financial services has 'most to lose'
New deputy governor of central bank
Could lead to further sterling depreciation
Too much faith placed on them
Cut rates and expanded QE
Next move in rates most likely upward
Liquidity auctions planned in June
Warning on multitude of risks
Relying too much on central banks
Refused to confirm next rate move will be upward
Proposals under fire from Sir John Vickers