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Neil Dennis

Neil Dennis is news editor at He previously spent 16 years at the Financial Times writing and editing for the markets pages.

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USD vs NFP: Labour market remains tight but inflation pressures ease

Non-farm payrolls data show jobs creation in the US remained robust in December, but wage inflation eased

Neil Dennis14:33, 6 January 2023
Porsche IPO: Will Volkswagen shareholders benefit from $85bn windfall due to VW?

VW has said that it will pay 49% of the Porsche IPO proceeds in a special dividend to all shareholders

Neil Dennis08:20, 30 September 2022
Pound fall
Black Wednesday anniversary 1992: GBP crisis, then and now

A tale of two crises. Can any contrasts or comparisons be drawn and lessons be learned from two sterling crashes?

Neil Dennis10:29, 14 September 2022
Nord Stream pipeline before it goes under the Baltic sea
Gas price rise: How high can natural gas prices go as Dutch TTF futures jump 30% after Russia shuts Nord Stream 1?

European gas prices soar, but remain below August's record high, as Russia closes major pipeline

Neil Dennis10:13, 5 September 2022
Haruhiko Kuroda, governor of the Bank of Japan
BoJ widow maker: Are investors shorting Japanese government bonds again?

As the Bank of Japan prepares further stimulus, some overseas traders may already be betting against the dovish central bank

Neil Dennis11:26, 12 July 2022
Market ticker board in flames indicating market prices during a recession
Investing during a recession: Key takeaways and possible opportunities

Here's everything you need to know about investing during a time of recession

Neil Dennis15:18, 23 June 2022
Stock market graph next to a one-dollar bill, with red trend line indicating the stock market recession period.
Peter Schiff: Why a financial crash is imminent

Is a financial crash imminent? speaks to Euro Pacific Capital CEO Peter Schiff about whether a financial crash is on the cards for 2022

Neil Dennis18:00, 14 May 2022
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Argo Blockchain (ARB) stock jumps after bitcoin output boost

Bitcoin miner Argo Blockchain raises output in November as capacity increases

Neil Dennis12:00, 7 December 2021
Cryptocurrency tokens
ONS discusses crypto trade inclusion in national accounts

Debate focuses on how to classify cryptocurrencies within trade flows to avoid data distortions

Neil Dennis11:57, 21 October 2021
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Bitcoin surges to new record high above $66,000

World’s top cryptocurrency breaks new territory on day 2 of trading in bitcoin futures ETF

Neil Dennis14:22, 20 October 2021
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Bitcoin hits six-month high with a run on $60,000 mark

Hopes that US regulators will approve bitcoin ETFs underpin the crypto's latest rally

Neil Dennis10:27, 15 October 2021
Floki: Elon Musk's Shiba Inu puppy that caused a crypto-sensation this week
Shiba Inu meme crypto surges on picture of rich man’s dog

Elon Musk tweets a picture of his Shiba Inu puppy and sets the meme cryptocurrency world alight

Neil Dennis10:00, 6 October 2021
Ether coin and mining circuitry
Ether falls as Sparkpool shuts after China clampdown

Ether mining pool suspends operations following Beijing's tightening squeeze on cryptocurrency activities

Neil Dennis10:10, 28 September 2021
Bitcoin token
Bitcoin resumes rally from sub-$40,000 six-week low

China Evergrande saga unnerves investors and creates volatility across asset classes, including crypto

Neil Dennis08:28, 24 September 2021
Cryptocurrencies regulation
BoE’s Woods may front-run rules on banks’ crypto holdings

Proposed capital rules would have banks providing adequate cover against losses in full

Neil Dennis13:47, 23 September 2021

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