The Financial Times: Markets

Trump rule change set to see criticised US savings product return

Some experts say variable annuities are too complicated and offer a poor deal for consumers

Will the eurozone become a real worry for investors?

Unease about new Italian government and political uncertainty in Spain has shaken markets

Just Eat chief’s wife hungry for more shares

Acquisition of Hungryhouse adds to food delivery group’s performance

London remains wary of jumping on crypto bandwagon

Banks hold the key to whether the City ultimately embraces digital currencies

Oil output increases: five things to watch

All eyes on Vienna meeting next month as Opec and Russia discuss raising supplies

Turkish banks: currency converts

The lira’s fall makes the volume of debt a problem for the country’s lenders

Recep Tayyip Erdogan: Turkey’s strongman grapples with the markets

Facing a currency crisis and a re-election bid, the president finally allowed interest rates to rise. But investors fear he is micromanaging the economy

Glencore’s woes worry investors but not analysts

The company has been hit on many fronts, not least legal disputes in the Congo

European non-performing loan sales rise sharply

€157bn of portfolios traded in 2017 with activity concentrated in Spain and Italy