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Finance minister isolated as eurogroup chairman calls premier

Top earners double share of income tax

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BoJ set to cut economic forecasts

Officials signal extra stimulus is unlikely for now

US banks push for bond trades delay

Wall St alarmed by sharp downturn in market liquidity

Prince Charles shuns fossil fuel shares

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Comment and Analysis

Right to Buy has been wrong for Britain

Such a policy would push up rents by creating a buy-to-let bonanza, writes Stephen Howlett

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Leo McKee, BrightHouse: rent-to-own CEO

UK store chain boss says it serves rather than exploits the poor

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Non-exec roles help women up the ladder

The value of part-time board positions in your 30s

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"A central question now is are there similar creditors to Lehman's, investors that have effectively lent hundreds of millions or even billions of dollars to Greece when they don't know they have done so and will be shocked if a default leads to losses on their investments? Few Americans know what assets they really own by owning shares in mutual funds."
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