Correction: Noble Group’s cashflow

Noble Group’s cashflow in 2014 and 2015 was negative $1.1bn and negative $235m respectively (graphic accompanying ‘Noble’s House of woe’, June 16)

Correction: Anglo Irish Bank

A photograph accompanying an article about Anglo Irish Bank on June 2 showed the logo of Allied Irish Banks

Correction: Banco Popular CEO

Francisco Gómez Martín is chief executive of Banco Popular in Spain, not Richard Carrión of Popular Inc in the US, as we incorrectly reported on May 31

Correction: Matteo Renzi

Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi was wrongly identified as Mario Renzi in an article on May 30. We apologise for the error

Correction: Deterioration in US mortality

Martin Wolf in his column on May 25 should have said “men and women” when he referred to a sharp relative deterioration in mortality among middle-aged white American men noted by Princeton professors Anne Case and Angus Deaton

Correction: Renminbi bonds

China’s finance ministry is to sell Rmb3bn of renminbi bonds in London, not Rmb3tn as wrongly stated in a Lex note on May 25

Correction: China’s loan-for-bonds swap

There has been a $100bn rise in the past two months in the value of China’s loan-for-bonds swap, not its debt-for-equity swap as incorrectly stated in an article on May 23

Correction: KKR’s investment in First Data

The value of the buyout group’s investment fell by $300m

Correction: Chart on German investment

In the chart on savings and investment in Martin Wolf’s column on May 11, “gross foreign investment” should read “gross domestic investment”

Correction: Purchase price of Detroit properties

An article published on May 4, 2016 about Detroit property incorrectly stated that billionaire Jimmy Lai had bought some plots, including a house on Horton Street, for as little as $500



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