Grosvenor warns of property dangers

Duke of Westminster’s group says likelihood of correction increasing

UK growth slows to 0.3% in first quarter

Figure lower than expected and worst quarterly rate since 2012

Tsipras warns of referendum if talks fail

Greek premier rules out default on €750m due to IMF

StanChart keeps domicile under review

Pre-tax profit falls a fifth amid higher bad loan provisions

Alliance Trust agrees truce with Elliott

Two directors to join board after deal with activist investor

Baltimore hit by worst riots since 1968

National guard positioned after clashes over death in custody

BP and Total rely on refining for profit

Pouyanné lauds the virtues of integrated business

The numbers behind HSBC’s HQ review

How a domicile move would affect the bank’s tax payments

China becomes increasingly core to Apple

Asian powerhouse poised to become tech group’s biggest market

BrewDog corrects promotion errors

Claims about performance and UKLA approval played down

Tories vow to use fine to help jobless

Deutsche Bank levy will be used to fund apprenticeships

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Central banks adopt Pythonesque approach

Banks use surprise to stimulate economies and rouse inflation

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The rise of a new asset class - Vanity Capital in markets

A regulatory spoof

Navinder Singh Sarao faces prison for what generations of traders did before him

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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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"Where does HSBC think it will be able to relocate? Hong Kong? Isn't the concern about China the reason why it moved to the UK in the first place. Singapore? In the long term is that where it wants to be? New York where the regulators are even more difficult? It does not really have too many choices but to sit tight."
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