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Prime minister lifts state of emergency nationwide after seven weeks of shutdown
Prime minister Shinzo Abe has declared victory for the “Japan model” of fighting coronavirus as he lifted a nationwide...
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But investors fret about threat to city’s autonomy from law that has sparked new pro-democracy protests
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Trust and testing
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...-trailed by Brussels, for the EU to issue debt to finance grants to countries left economically stricken by Covid-19. The...
European consumers stockpile savings, adding to economic drag
Bank deposits surge as households seek to shield themselves from impact of coronavirus
..., helping to support the large amounts of debt that many countries need to raise to finance their responses to the...
‘Never waste a crisis’: inside Saudi Arabia’s shopping spree
The $325bn Public Investment Fund has spent billions on overseas deals this year even as the kingdom’s economy struggles
...kingdom were aware of PIF. Set up in 1971 to finance domestic projects and act as “custodian” of government stakes in...
Keeping industry’s wheels turning under lockdown
While many UK companies had to cease activities, most manufacturing businesses never stopped
...thing in our business? His answer: “The finance team.” His rationale: “With money you can do anything; without money you...
Companies ditch commercial paper to lock in longer-term debt
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Letter: A consumption tax is one way to pay for Covid-19
From Ira Sohn, Professor of Economics and Finance, Montclair State University, NJ, US
...again, beware of the lawyers and lobbyists!Ira Sohn Professor of Economics and Finance,Montclair State University, NJ, US...
‘Project Birch’ plan to bail out stricken UK companies
State to acquire stakes in important businesses facing acute financial difficulties
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EU divisions laid bare by ‘frugal four’ recovery proposal
Austria, Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden look isolated in opposing debt issuance
Brussels faces an entrenched split over ways to finance Europe’s economic recovery after a group of four northern...
EU recovery fund, Nissan strategy, inflation data
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China warns audit plans will drive companies from US exchanges
Beijing says Senate proposals are aimed at its groups and would politicise securities regulation
China’s securities regulator has hit back at a proposal by Washington that could effectively force companies from the...
Richest nations face $17tn government debt burden from coronavirus
Fall in tax revenues set to push average debt-to-GDP ratio to 137%, warns OECD
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IndiGo chief warns fare controls could hit passenger demand
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Investors poised for further emergency share sales
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...issues to restore leverage ratios and take advantage of opportunities. But many [finance directors] will wish...
China signals room left to borrow in drive for economic rebound
Top official says levering up is ‘safe and necessary’ but analysts warn of ‘long-term pain’
China’s chief economic planner says Beijing has room to leverage up to rescue the coronavirus-stricken economy, pointing...
The modern era of globalisation is in danger
International trade and co-operation makes economies more resilient
...international trade and finance: the collapse of the Doha trade round in 2008 and financial crisis soon after; the rise of...
Russia’s small businesses left out in the cold by Covid-19
Local service-sector enterprises flounder in an economy dominated by large industrial groups
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Labour party embarks on charm offensive with banks and fund managers
Shadow minister Pat McFadden moves to repair bridges with fund managers after Corbyn era
.... “There is now an entirely constructive and open relationship, and talk of partnership with finance again,” he said.Mr...
Hunt for one of Africa’s most-wanted men ends in a Paris suburb
Rwandan fugitive Félicien Kabuga had been pursued for two decades over his role in 1994 genocide
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UK’s largest pension scheme stockpiles cash
Nest builds up reserves in anticipation of further market uncertainty
Britain’s biggest pension fund has hoarded cash reserves in anticipation of further market uncertainty as companies and...
Thousands of women miss out on £100m in state pension payments
Former pensions minister says many women can claim reimbursement after government error
Hundreds of thousands of women have lost out on state pension payments amounting to £100m and could be in line for...
Photo-Me International chief builds stake
Group’s shares have slumped since the lockdown started
Photo-Me International chief executive Serge Crasnianski has built his position in the photo booth group after Tibergest...
Latest Isa rates
Up-to-date tax-efficient savings deals
...under Islamic finance principles, rate shown is expected profit rate. All rates and terms subject to change without notice...
Alibaba and Pinduoduo surpass sales growth expectations
Online marketplaces experience shortages of merchants and couriers during virus lockdowns
China’s two largest ecommerce sites Alibaba and Pinduoduo reported better than expected sales growth despite coronavirus...
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Current rates from the state-owned savings bank
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A selection of the FT’s biggest stories and best reads every Friday
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...stress over bank balances and bills. As our personal finance editor, Claer Barrett, notes more than one-third of UK...
IMF agrees $5bn loan for Ukraine
Deal comes hours after president signs law safeguarding the clean-up of country’s banking sector
...Bank and other international financial institutions.“I would be surprised if the [Ukrainian] ministry of finance did not...
UK retail sales suffer record fall in April
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...trade finance provider, said: “A more robust bounce back will not be immediate, nor will things look the same as before...