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Europe’s economic recovery effort should be smarter, not bigger
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...smarter.Some respected policymakers, such as Wolfgang Schäuble, the former German finance minister, are in...
Barclays to repay customers hit by £48m Malta timeshare scandal
Bank to compensate in full 1,500 customers who were improperly sold loans
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EU agrees to step up sanctions on Belarus over forced plane landing
Stiffer measures will test durability of regime and bloc’s ability to push for political change
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FCA urges thousands to seek compensation over pension transfers
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Indian payments group Paytm plans to raise up to $3bn in listing
Proposed share sale comes as company faces fierce competition from western rivals
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Where does the refugee crisis fit within the ESG agenda?
Moral Money sat down with Filippo Grandi, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees
...excess (FT Lex)Women in finance say ‘mediocre’ male managers block progress (FT)Brussels aims to tighten rules on...
Surge in workers unwittingly put into ‘tax avoidance’ arrangements
Supply teachers and agency nurses among those put into umbrella company schemes
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Gordon Brown’s Seven Ways to Change the World — softening the hard blows of globalisation
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How China is targeting Big Tech
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Pandemic shopping trends unwind for Tesco as sales growth slows
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...lockdown — and 9.3 per cent higher than 2019. Tesco’s new finance chief, Imran Nawaz, said the group’s base assumption...
Vaccine cocktails cause headaches for Italy’s government
Contradictory vaccine policies raise questions about Draghi’s management
...eurozone finance ministers gathered in Luxembourg. Eurogroup chief Paschal Donohoe, who has been trying to land a “work...
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JPMorgan spices up its UK plans with Nutmeg
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How culture shapes our money mentality
Human behaviour is much less predictable — or rational — than the finance industry likes to think
...one dirty secret haunting the personal finance world today is that there are numerous consumers just like her. Most...
Why we lose track of spending in a cashless society
‘We’re warned to be careful of the small print, but on a mobile phone, all the print is small print’
...website?Personal finance campaigners have been complaining about such sites for years, but I think there is a broader...
UN climate talks hit a wall over tensions about finance
Weeks of negotiations were overshadowed by cost of meeting demands of Paris agreement
Tensions over climate finance threaten to derail this year’s COP26 summit after weeks of preliminary UN deliberations...
Ebay to sell South Korea unit for $3.1bn as local rivals target Coupang
Deal would intensify competition with SoftBank-backed group in fast-growing ecommerce market
Ebay is set to sell its South Korea business to a local consortium for $3.1bn, according to people with knowledge of the...
Letter: Public health is the top priority in Hong Kong
From Matthew Cheung Kin-chung, Chief Secretary for Administration, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government
Tabby Kinder’s article “Hong Kong risks its global finance status over Covid isolation” (June 8) was factually...
Iran’s reformist candidate vows to tackle nuclear deal ‘at first chance’
Hemmati says if elected president he will prioritise reaching agreement on global accord
...economic development in a closed atmosphere. We need foreign technology, investments and finance,” he said. “Foreign...
UK business demands more involvement in trade talks
Plus, survey highlights growing anxiety among Northern Ireland’s unionists
...to be made in plugging the estimated £2bn “trade finance gap” (the volume of working capital that small businesses...
The G7 is right to worry about Chinese credit terms
Opaque agreements raise fears that Beijing could exploit debtor nations
...the market, taking on risky lending so poorer countries can finance their development, as it did. It would also...
Most would-be crypto investors unaware of UK regulator’s warnings
FCA finds that understanding of cryptocurrencies has dropped as popularity of digital assets has increased
...increases seen in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies recently,” said Jessica Galletley, head of research at personal...