Moody's downgraded sector outlook to 'negative'
Passive growth accelerating
Many firms reaffirmed their commitment to London and the UK in the wake of the Brexit vote, and like the majority of economic data that has surfaced following June's EU referendum, recruitment activity in the City surprised on the upside.
S&P report predicts passive fees could hit zero
Predicts 'abrupt slowdown'
As news of the UK's decision to exit the EU sunk in over the weekend, Investment Week rounds up some of the key stories for our market.
Top rating under threat
UCITS passport 'critical' for EU distribution
Follows departures of high profile 'star managers'
Mix of in-house active and passive
Confusing the investor
Ratings agencies went hell for leather downgrading financial hybrid bonds recently. And with upcoming regulatory changes, next year could prove tricky for bank bond investors. Rathbones' Bryn Jones explains why.
Industry at a crossroads
Credit ratings agency Moody's has cut the rating of the Royal Bank of Scotland, amid fears its restructuring will 'heavily depress' profits.
Ratings agency Moody's has said it expects US politicians to reach an agreement on the country's debt ceiling, with a default "extremely unlikely".
Now the world economy is recovering, market attention has moved on from competing strategies to deal with the debt crisis.
Turkey's credit rating has been lifted to investment grade by Moody's for the first time in two decades, in recognition of reductions to its debt and current account deficits.
Ratings agency Moody's has downgraded the Co-operative Bank's debt rating - prompting the exit of its chief executive - after warning the group may need to raise £1bn.
The pool of government bonds rated AAA by the three main rating agencies has shrunk by more than 60% since the financial crisis, according to new analysis.
René Defossez, fixed income strategist at Natixis, assesses the next steps for the UK economy.