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  1. 2 hours ago

    EU rifts scupper new Russia sanctions

    Europe’s foreign ministers failed to agree new sanctions against Russia for its alleged role in the downing of MH17 despite...

  2. 3 hours ago

    Brussels considers reopening Google antitrust settlement

    Brussels is weighing whether to reopen its draft antitrust settlement with Google, in a move that leaves the carefully...

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    5 hours ago

    On Russian sanctions and Belgian beer...

    Given that Russian subjects are reportedly being force fed a diet of Putin-esque mis-information over the downing of...

  4. 9 hours ago

    Timeline: Alexander Litvinenko

    The British government announced on Tuesday it would hold a public inquiry into the 2006 death in London of Alexander...

  5. 9 hours ago

    Risks to sterling may not be appreciated

    Sterling has had a good run, last week hitting a near six-year high close to $1.72. But it’s time to go sell cable (GBPUSD),...

  6. 14 hours ago

    Row erupts over French warship ahead of European sanctions talks

    A dispute over two warships France is building for Russia is threatening to overshadow a high-stakes meeting of EU foreign...

  7. Off Message

    15 hours ago

    This is what happens when you let young Scots vote

    On September 11, 1997, Scots voted for a devolved parliament with tax-raising powers. If that seems like a long time ago...

  8. July 21, 2014

    Chancellor backs down on cutting carbon targets

    George Osborne has been forced to back down from an attempt to weaken measures to tackle global warming, the Financial Times...

  9. July 21, 2014

    Osborne warns UK on financial impact of Russian sanctions

    George Osborne has warned that Britain must be prepared to take an economic hit under a tougher sanctions regime against...

  10. July 21, 2014

    Asean: Long on optimism

    When online travel search company Skyscanner wanted to expand in Asia, its management decided not to try China first, even...

  11. July 21, 2014

    Forcing Putin to think again

    Since the start of the Ukraine crisis European governments have been more reluctant than the US to impose sanctions on...

  12. July 21, 2014

    UK urges tougher EU sanctions on Russia

    Europe’s foreign ministers will face intense pressure to enforce tougher sanctions against Russia on Tuesday, with a UK-led...

  13. July 21, 2014

    The Kremlin’s Machiavelli has led Russia to disaster

    Just a couple of months ago it was fashionable to laud Vladimir Putin for his strategic genius. American rightwingers...

  14. July 21, 2014

    Brussels reaches legal limits on Google antitrust settlement

    Google’s draft antitrust deal with Brussels reaches the limits of what is allowed in EU law, according to a German policy...

  15. beyondbrics

    July 21, 2014

    Guest post: Putin's no-win situation in Ukraine

    By Taras Kuzio of the University of Alberta Vladimir Putin, Russia’s president, has tough decisions to make this week that...

  16. FT Alphaville

    July 21, 2014

    The 6am London Cut

    Markets: “Asian stocks rose, joining a global rebound as better U.S. earnings offset the downing of a passenger jet in...

  17. July 21, 2014

    MH17 crash: EU divided over severity of Russia sanctions

    Europe’s foreign ministers will meet on Tuesday amid mounting signs anti-Russian hardliners are gaining ground for tougher...

  18. July 20, 2014

    Hammond takes tough line on Europe

    Philip Hammond, the new foreign secretary, has predicted that the British public will not want to remain in the European...

  19. July 20, 2014

    To stop Putin the west should repair Ukraine’s economy

    Malaysia Airlines’ Flight MH17 was shot down in a war zone in eastern Ukraine, where Kiev is waging an increasingly deadly...

  20. July 20, 2014

    Sharp fall looms among top ranks of UK officials in EU Commission

    The number of British officials working in the EU Commission is heading for a “cliff edge” as top bureaucrats approach...

  21. July 20, 2014

    Putin’s next move – invade eastern Ukraine?

    There could not have been more brutal testimony to the cynicism of Russia’s war in eastern Ukraine than the television...

  22. July 20, 2014

    EU banks beat bonus cap with cash allowances

    More than half of European banks are using cash allowances to bypass a cap on bonuses for high earners, putting them on a...

  23. July 20, 2014

    Europe must impose financial sanctions on Russia

    When tragedy strikes, we care about how it happened and why it happened. Economic consequences should be secondary. The...

  24. July 20, 2014

    Hedge funds split over AIFMD risk management rules

    Any hedge fund, private equity or real estate fund wishing to market its product in the European Union will, from this week,...

  25. July 20, 2014

    Schroders and Henderson to be hit by Mifid II clampdown, says Citi

    Schroders and Henderson Group are the listed UK fund managers likely to take the biggest financial hit from a regulatory...

  26. July 20, 2014

    European fund consolidation is happening – slowly

    Over the past couple of decades successive generations of consultants and experts have argued the case for consolidation in...

  27. July 18, 2014

    MH17 crisis a wake-up call to Europe over sanctions, says Obama

    The downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 threatens to escalate a tense, months-long stand-off between the west and...

  28. July 18, 2014

    Putin’s credibility lies amid the wreckage of flight MH17

    When Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was blown out of the clear sky over Ukraine by a surface-to-air-missile it was, without...

  29. July 18, 2014

    Investing against the grain in Europe

    How stable is the eurozone? This is a question investment managers have to keep asking themselves. Memories of the euro...

  30. July 18, 2014

    Apple faces threat of legal action over ‘in app’ payments

    Apple may face legal action in Europe over claims that it has not done enough to stop children making “in app” purchases...

  31. beyondbrics

    July 18, 2014

    Guest post: Using the Brics Bank to dilute the US dollar zone

    By Akshay Mathur, Gateway House: Indian Council on Global Relations The New Development Bank launched this week in Brazil by...

  32. The World

    July 18, 2014

    Attacks on Mogherini unjustified and wide of the mark

    Here are three reasons why some of Italy’s EU partners don’t want Federica Mogherini, the Italian foreign minister, to...

  33. July 17, 2014

    Alex Salmond in appeal to English businesses

    Scotland’s first minister has urged English businesses to back independence, saying the break-up of the UK will not cause...

  34. July 17, 2014

    David Cameron opposes Donald Tusk for senior EU job

    David Cameron has opposed the suggested appointment of Donald Tusk, Poland’s prime minister, to a top EU post amid fears...

  35. July 17, 2014

    Britain should stay inside the ECHR

    Ever since David Cameron promised to reclaim powers from Europe, many observers have wondered what the British prime...

  36. July 17, 2014

    Q&A: The latest western sanctions on Russia explained

    The US has imposed its harshest sanctions yet on Russia to protest at its conduct in Ukraine, targeting big companies such...

  37. July 17, 2014

    Tony Blair to advise on Azerbaijan gas project

    Tony Blair, the former British prime minister, has been hired to advise a BP-led consortium on the export of natural gas...

  38. July 17, 2014

    Carmakers cheer 10 months of European sales growth

    Carmakers are cheering 10 months of growth on the bounce for European car sales as new registrations rose 4.5 per cent in...

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