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Investors can no longer ignore China-US decoupling threat
Daunting geopolitical risks add to broader concerns to be priced into markets
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China’s Didi to delist from New York and switch to Hong Kong
Ride-hailing group’s retreat following Beijing regulatory crackdown hits Chinese tech stocks
Chinese ride-hailing group Didi Chuxing said it would delist from the New York Stock Exchange, accelerating China’s...
Zambia agrees $1.4bn bailout with IMF
Landmark deal marks first step towards securing debt relief from Chinese and other creditors
...country’s finance minister. After coming to power Hichilema had aimed to “finalise negotiations with the fund,...
Council of Europe takes action over Osman Kavala, adding to Turkey’s troubles
Human rights body’s disciplinary action comes as Erdogan faces rising discontent over currency crisis
...difficult week for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, marred by the resignation of his finance minister against the...
Didi: delisting shows that big data is now a strategic resource
Ride-hailing group’s switch from New York to Hong Kong highlights growing distrust over sensitive information
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Citi applies to re-enter China investment banking market
Wall Street group wants to launch a wholly owned business after exiting securities joint venture in 2019
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Sustainable investors target Pfizer’s pandemic profits
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FirstFT: China’s Didi Chuxing pulls its New York listing
Congress votes to avert US government shutdown and Saudi Arabia agrees to pump more oil
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Calling all teenagers: could you write an article for the FT?
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...finance.Organised in partnership with the London Institute of Banking and Finance (LIBF), the FT’s Financial Literacy and...
Hong Kong IPOs shrink as investors favour rival markets
New listings have raised 10% less this year as Beijing cracks down on tech groups
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Chinese art auction stokes concerns about fate of missing entrepreneur
Sale of painting owned by Duan Weihong raises possibility Beijing is forcibly disposing of her assets
A famous painting originally owned by a missing Chinese businesswoman has been sold in Beijing by a state-owned auction...
Didi’s US exit shows Xi is the ultimate arbiter for China’s companies
Ride-hailing app’s pivot to list in Hong Kong seen as a vindication of president’s crackdown
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Andy Bell keen to capitalise on investment generation shift
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Subprime lending and the fight against the sharks
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A century on, how the Anglo-Irish Treaty was done
The inside story of the knife-edge talks that established a new state — but also planted the seeds of future conflicts
...de Valera. Dev, ever enigmatic, announced he would not go to London. Collins, the Dáil’s minister for finance, at 31...
Brazil’s bullish finance minister
The country has entered a technical recession, but Paulo Guedes remains confident about the economy
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Alibaba challenged as TikTok generation starts shopping on short video apps
Douyin, TikTok’s sister app, and Kuaishou take on China’s leading online shopping giant
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Vanishing cash means ‘digital literacy’ is vital
Financial education is one of the best investments in our children’s future
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HMRC eyes hefty fines for Isa rule breaches
Review follows the collapse of minibond company LCF
...unregulated products.Investors paid more than £100m into LCF accounts sold as Innovative Finance Isas — a type of Isa...