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GRANTHAM: The stock market sell-off makes me nervous, but I fear the big crash is coming later

In his latest quarterly outlook, Grantham, cofounder and chief investment officer at GMO, outlines his views on the markets and the economy.<p>And in somewhat of a contrast to his recent commentary, sees the oil crash as a big tailwind for the economy and doesn't think the stock market, though it is …

Stock Markets

Barclays' new CEO wants 'Queen of Commodities' Blythe Masters to run its investment bank

Staley has spoken to Masters about joining the bank late next year but it is not clear if she will, the source said. He declined to be named because details of the approach were confidential.<p>A spokesman for Barclays declined to comment.<p>Masters, best known for helping to create the …

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China’s meltdown shows the country is out of control

Global stock markets have rebounded after the shock of Black Monday, but worries over the Chinese economy are not over, in fact they are just …

Markets live: FTSE bounces back as China injects fresh stimulus after stocks crash in country's 'Black Tuesday'

Beijing slashes its main interest rate by 50 basis points - its fifth cut in nine months - in response to stock market rout<p>For latest markets update, see our wrap here:<p>Global relief rally fizzles out as investors fret China's rate cut won't be enough to revive fortunes<p>22.00<p>US markets suffer …

What does the market collapse mean for interest rates?

Economists at Barclays have pushed their expectation of a Fed rate rise out to March next year; their counterparts at Citigroup now believe that the Bank of England will sit on its hands until 2017. Are Western central banks outsourcing monetary policy to China?<p>Analysts will be picking over the …

CREDIT SUISSE: China's devaluation of its currency is a 'chaser shot to get the party going'

Michael O'Sullivan, the Chief Investment Officer for the United Kingdom, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa for Credit Suisse's Private Banking & Wealth Management division, sees another motivation for the intervention as well. China's currency moves echo events in the United States circa …

Stock Markets

Market Correction, Or Another Step Towards The End Of Capitalism?

Are the latest market gyrations in response to the slowdown in China more than a stock market “correction”? Could we be edging closer to the end of Industrial Capitalism?<p>Looking at last week’s stock market “correction” (the first since 2011) through my former CNBC correspondent/bureau chief …