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Global Economic News from the Financial Times

  1. Investors brace for market tumble
    Concentration of investment in big tech stocks also weighs on nerves
  2. Italy meets deadline to submit draft budget to EU
    Populist government defies Brussels targets and plans to widen budget deficit
  3. Malaysia central bank wants option of capital controls
    Asian policymakers challenge orthodoxy by seeking measures to pre-empt financial crises
  4. China faces ‘debt iceberg’ threat, warns rating agency
    S&P voices concern over ‘titanic credit risks’ amid infrastructure projects boom
  5. FirstFT: Today’s top stories
    Your daily briefing on the day’s news from the FT and elsewhere
  6. Germany’s Mittelstand puts happy workers over profits
    Companies gird for economic slowdown with strong balance sheets and top canteens
  7. China producer price growth slows to 5-month low
  8. RBA upbeat at October meeting but warns on tighter loan conditions
  9. Nafta name vote a weak display of people power
    Mexico’s incoming president vows to let the people decide — on some issues
  10. A maverick Italy risks destabilising the whole EU
    It has been left up to financial markets to act as a dam against irresponsible policies

Financial Market News from the Financial Times

  1. Hungary increases gold reserves tenfold
  2. A dollar rally few are prepared to call time on
    US currency is expected to maintain its momentum but medium-term risks remain
  3. Steepening gilt curve raises demand questions
    Spread between 30- and 50-year debt sees sharpest move on record after 2071 bond tap
  4. Groupon: no big deal
    Business looks more durable but not all the numbers hold up to scrutiny
  5. Investors brace for market tumble
    Concentration of investment in big tech stocks also weighs on nerves
  6. Pound rallies after upbeat wage growth reading
    Analysts remain cautious despite optimistic data
  7. Markets Live: Tuesday, 16th October 2018
  8. Small businesses gain access to Financial Ombudsman Service
  9. European stocks rise as Wall St futures pick up
    Italian assets rally on budget accord, pound gains after wages data, FTSE underperforms
  10. In the M&A market, this time really might be different
    There are signs investors are getting better at punishing bad deals