Daily Archives: July 28, 2015

Claer Barrett and guests discuss some unusual investments that warrant investor caution, and the implications of a landmark ruling for those leaving a financial legacy to their families


Chinese equities have been in turmoil, suffering one of their worst days on record this week. FT Banking editor Martin Arnold asks Gabriel Wildau, the FT’s correspondent in Shanghai, how damaging this is for the country’s banking system.


Martin Arnold and guests discuss the recent stock market turmoil in China, whether this week’s results show that Credit Suisse may be closing the gap with its rival UBS, and how Lloyds and RBS are placed as the government prepares to sell off more shares in the two lenders.