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S&P settles landmark lawsuit in Australia over its role in the GFC

S&P settles landmark lawsuit in Australia over its role in the GFC

The global ratings firm has settled a class action by pension funds and local governments over its high ratings of opaque debt investments that imploded in the global financial crisis.

  • by Tom Westbrook

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'Slo-mo credit crunch' has already begun, bond guru says

'Slo-mo credit crunch' has already begun, bond guru says

Stock market selloffs, volatility blow-ups, collapsing crypto currencies. They're all the symptoms of a global credit squeeze, unfolding at a snail's pace.

  • by Samuel Potter
'Green' and 'blue' bonds tipped to boom, HSBC head says

'Green' and 'blue' bonds tipped to boom, HSBC head says

HSBC Australia’s banking chief says the sustainable financing space is going to explode as companies and countries look for new ways to fund their environmental and conservation projects.

  • by Cole Latimer
Is the 36-year bond bull market finally coming to an end?
Opinion
Opinion

Is the 36-year bond bull market finally coming to an end?

It has taken us nearly a decade to get to the point where a real normalisation of the post-crisis settings is in sight.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz
Why Trump's crackdown on a Russian called Oleg is hitting Australia
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Opinion

Why Trump's crackdown on a Russian called Oleg is hitting Australia

The action that has really impacted markets has been sanctions on some Russian entities and individuals, most notably Rusal's Oleg Deripaska.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz