Banks forced to scale back role
US markets also rise
Any decision on rates by the Federal Reserve this year could damage markets as the central bank's efforts have so far only resulted in lacklustre growth and 'bubble' asset prices, according to Jan Dehn, head of research at Ashmore.
VIX long positions at record high
Figures below analyst expectations
F&C's Anthony Willis assesses the impact of recent events in China on other major global economies.
Investors casting doubt on effectiveness of monetary policy
David Coombs, manager of the Rathbone multi-asset portfolios, argues now is the time to seek out quality stocks that can weather market volatility.
Near-term volatility expected
Stock fell into bear territory for first time this month
Better than expected US data boosts sentiment
Interest rates back in the spotlight as economy improves
Investment Week asks managers for their view on 'Black Monday' and how they are protecting their portfolio amid ongoing market volatility
How long will growth burst last?
William Dudley, the president of the New York branch of the Federal Reserve, has said the recent volatility in China makes a US rate hike next month less attractive.
FTSE opens 2% higher
Rathbones' Julian Chillingworth analyses the key considerations for central bankers as they decide on the trajectory of future monetary policy.
Equity markets across the globe were punished this week as fresh fears about a slowdown in China spooked investors.
Joel Mittelman, portfolio strategist at the Boston Company Asset Management, looks at the sectors and stocks that are most sensitive to rising rates
Khowala to take over the Fidelity American fund
Currency fluctuations a key concern
What the Iran nuclear deal means for oil prices
How bond managers are positioned for rest of 2015
Mark Sherlock, lead portfolio manager of Hermes US SMID Equity fund, analyses which market cap is likely to perform best when the Federal Reserve finally decides to raise rates