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Cameron, Europe and the hand of history

Britain has always tried to be a European and a global power

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Are productivity and CPI being mismeasured? The BoE is tackling productivity but the FOMC needs serious debate
– Gavyn Davies
The argument highlights the green agenda as one of the key faultlines of European politics
– Nick Butler
As Ramadi in Iraq falls to Isis, Afghanistan goes through worst political and military crisis since 2001
– The Exchange: Ahmed Rashid

Cold-blooded case for staying in Europe

If the In campaigners are traduced as bloodless accountants, they know they are on to a winner

Give Syria’s refugees cash and dignity

The question of cash versus in-kind donation is an old debate, writes Khaled Hosseini

Bank of England needs highest standards

BoE oversight committee must exercise scrutiny independently of governor, writes Jesse Norman

Gain job satisfaction and avoid meetings

Career advancement may require more conferring but it might not be worth it

Global regulators look to follow UK lead

Review targets all that is wrong with wild-west side of markets

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India’s shadow banks play crucial role

Country lacks well-developed credit markets to provide long-term capital

Big Data’s infinite harvest
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Big Data’s infinite harvest

They give us free computing power and we reveal ever more about ourselves

The fate of Greece lies in Tsipras’s hands

If the deal offered by the country’s creditors is reasonable, the prime minister should accept

New Silk Road is a chance not a threat

China intends to use its strengths to promote this project, writes Liu Xiaoming

Germany’s energy policy makes waves

The argument highlights the green agenda as one of the key faultlines of European politics

Will eurozone ever regain its spring?

The buzzword is ‘hysteresis’, which implies policy makers have acted too late to make a difference

Deutsche bucks trend to little advantage

Full-service European investment bank in unfriendly climate

Li Hejun, a solar billionaire feels heat

A market plunge of less than an hour dethroned mainland China’s richest man, writes Lucy Hornby

Steve Hilton: out of step Tory guru

‘Hiltonism’ fed off the man’s inability to grasp a system he longed to control, writes Giles Wilkes

Passion will make case for Europe’s union

The Scottish independence campaign showed facts alone do not win argument, writes Jim Murphy

The case that dragged bankers into the Snapchat generation

Traders have inadvertently made wrongdoing easy to detect, writes Daniel Davies

Waco revives the rules of the OK Corral

The country would be in better shape if gun promoters were made to watch westerns

Why ‘pedigree’ students get the best jobs

‘Academic qualifications alone are not the key to an elite job. Companies want the “polish” of extra-curricular activities’

How politics will seal the fate of Greece

Can Europe really allow Athens to fall into the arms of Moscow?



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