GDP fell by 19.8% in three months to June
Social and economic cost of the UK’s fight against Covid-19 will only grow
New series exploring one asset class each week
Policy response depends on 'severity' of new restrictions
CPI at 0.2% in August
'Scarring' from coronavirus crisis expected
'Good news' for utilities and consumer staples
New era of stakeholder capitalism
'Long and painful' road to recovery
Go alone for follow the crowd?
Consults to address 'structural mismatch'
Dissenting voice on QE raises questions
Following the financial crash of 2008, investors have benefited from a decade of bullish markets, and while there were indications that a slowdown was on the horizon, economic stasis caused by a flu pandemic was not on anyone's radar.
Eyes further rate cuts
Lowest CPI reading since August 2016
The necessary steps to improve investor fortunes
Keeps interest rates and QE at current levels
Upcoming regulatory work
Three steps for markets to bounce back
'Let the buyer beware'
Following calls from regulators to cut payouts
Investors could be forgiven for thinking that nowhere is an immediately appealing prospect for investment right now, least of all Europe.
Four of the UK's five largest banks
Share buybacks also ruled out