• Eurozone inflation falls back to 5-year low
    • US stocks and bond yields continue their divergence
    • Fall in investment limits UK growth
    • Investors searching for short-term security seek alternative sources
    • Largest fall in oil prices in three years causes fall in government bond yields
    • Wall Street robust against weak US data
    • Draghi’s speech lead to stock rises in the US and Europe
    • Potential for volatility in US bond market
    • Eurozone inflation remains low
    • China announces interest rate cut
    • Demand rises for contingent convertible (CoCo) bonds
    • US stocks hit new high after reassuring data
    • Euro-denominated money market fund yields set to go negative
    • S&P 500 retreats from record levels
    • UK employment figures hold steady at 6%
    • China’s central bank called to stimulate China’s economy
    • Delay in rate rises suggested by Bank of England report
    • Eurozone growth predictions fall
    • Junk bond rebound at end of QE
    • Bank of England interest rates on hold for longer
    • Japanese stock market rise following quantitative easing
    • Outlook for Russian debt and equity markets
    • Federal Reserve shifts focus to first interest rate rise after ending QE
    • Inflation in the Eurozone increases to 0.4%
    • US GDP grows at a faster-than-expected 3.5% in Q3
    • European credit conditions improve
    • Surprise Bank of Japan stimulus drives equity market rally
    • Europe experiences a fall in high yield bond sales
    • The UK sees solid growth in Q3
    • US inflation shows little signs of rising
    • S&P 500 makes biggest gain for a year
    • The European Central Bank is expected to enlarge its bond purchase programme
    • Monetary Policy Committee minutes suggest unchanged interest rates
    • FTSE 100 at lowest level since July 2013
    • UK inflation falls to a five-year low
    • Greek government bond yields near 9%
    • Unemployment figures in the UK fall to 6 year lows
    • US stocks and bonds recover losses in Wednesday trading
    • Chinese inflation falls more than expected