Rousseff’s outlook goes from bad to worse

Recession complicates political scenario for Brazil’s president

Bank of England draws line under bank-bashing

No desire for new capital buffers from central bank

Aide reignites May-Osborne migration feud

Claims chancellor is scuppering effort to stem inflows

CVC buys out Carlyle to take wheel of RAC

Investment is CVC’s first using a fund for longer-term stakes in companies

Greece warned EU will reimpose border controls

Anger in Europe over Athens’ response to migrant crisis

JPMorgan inks lending venture with OnDeck

Loans to be offered to 4m customers using online lender’s platform

UK retirees suffer among world’s biggest income falls

Only Mexico and Chile have less generous payments, says OECD

1st January 1909: A young boy mule spinning at Jones's Cotton Mill, Manchester. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)
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Way back north in the land of cotton

New Manchester mill will supply luxury British clothing makers

Asia markets slip despite Wall St gains

Investors hunker down ahead of key economic data later this week

Sugar tax in Mexico stirs UK debate

Food and drink industry is resisting tax to reduce consumption

‘Mein Kampf’ to be republished in Germany

New version runs to 2,000 pages, with 3,500 academic notes

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VTech hack shines light on connected toys

Cyber attack gains access to data of 5m and highlights challenge of children going online

Hong Kong city skyline
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Why IPOs ‘pop’ in New York but not HK

Flotation battle highlights the very different characteristics of the two markets

Resource sector hopes for brighter 2016

Banks doubt prices have hit bottom

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