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Bond yields are edging higher, easing stock market’s recession jitters

China stocks continued their slide on Tuesday on economic red flags in the bond market, while US futures signal a slight gain on Wall Street.
President Trump takes part in a welcoming ceremony with China's President Xi Jinping in Beijing.

Markets recover after swinging sharply on trade turmoil

The Dow Jones industrial average erased a drop of more than 500 points on Wednesday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin toasts with attendees after a state awards ceremony for military personnel who served in Syria, at the Kremlin in Moscow

In the shadowy world where finance meets national security, the Russian oligarch list actually does mean something

OPINION: Yes, the US Treasury made its list of Kremlin-linked people under duress. But in the world of finance and national security, lists matter either way.

This influential Tory MP thinks the UK needs to continue its ‘light touch’ approach to fintech to encourage growth: ‘It’s not ...

Adam Afriyie, the head of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Fintech, told BI that the UK's fintech advantage is not our "birthright."

Trump appointed a bunch of shadow bankers — now they want to stop being called that

OPINION: Donald Trump's economic team is worried shadow banks like hedge funds and private-equity firms are getting a bad rep. So it wants to ban the term.
Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud welcomes British Prime Minister Theresa May in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, April 5, 2017.

Former top Treasury official attacks government ‘mercantalism’ over Saudi Aramco loan deal

Nick Macpherson, the former Permanent Secretary to the Treasury, criticised the government's plans to guarantee a $2 billion loan to the Saudi oil company.
A trader reacting to the wacky, wild September jobs report.

Here’s how traders are reacting to the shocking September jobs report

Investors reacted to a wild jobs report by selling stocks and buying the US dollar.
Steve Mnuchin.

EX-REAGAN ADVISOR: Trump’s cabinet could go down as the worst in history

Bruce Bartlett, economic historian and former adviser to President Ronald Reagan, is not impressed with President Trump's cabinet picks.

Steve Mnuchin tried to bury a number that tells you whom Trump’s tax plan is really for

Steve Mnuchin is going to great lengths to have you believe that a corporate tax cut is actually for you — it's not.

Britain’s leading fintechs are banding together to work out a Brexit strategy

Entrepreneurs from TransferWise, Funding Circle, Onfido, Monzo, FreeAgent, MarketInvoice, and Starling Bank have all joined the Fintech Delivery Panel (FDP).