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      What was good for the Medicis is good for banks

      Just beyond the turnstiles of Deutsche Bank’s London reception sits a large object resembling several huge dollops of...

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      UK property rents rise at fastest rate in 2 years

      The cost of renting a home is rising at the fastest rate for more than two years as Britain’s chronic housebuilding...

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      Art and Lebanon: beauty amid the rubble

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      The publicity drive for Foxes’ new single, “Body Talk”, has already taken in the National Lottery draw on BBC1 (I was...

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      London’s shrinking live music scene

      What happened to live music? An exhibition at Somerset House, one of London’s buzziest cultural spaces, celebrates the...

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      Osborne ‘itching’ to start sale of RBS

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      Bank of England admits it was subject of police probe

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    11. July 30, 2015

      Mission: Impossible: Rogue Nation — film review

      “Today is the day the IMF’s luck runs out,” says someone in Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation. Sounds like a case for...

    12. July 30, 2015

      Numis to partner with Crowdcube to offer retail IPO access

      Retail investors will be offered the chance to invest in London floats through Crowdcube as part of its tie up with...

    13. July 30, 2015

      Frank Warren’s fighting talk on winning a new boxing audience

      Boxing is “an anxious business” so there is “no use getting anxious about it”. This is the verdict of Frank Warren, the...

    14. July 30, 2015

      Schroders and Henderson enjoy strong inflows of new money

      Schroders, the London-listed fund manager, enjoyed a net £8.8bn of new client money flow into its funds over the first...

    15. July 30, 2015

      July robusta coffee ‘squeeze’ takes traders by surprise

      A group of traders and coffee roasters stand to lose millions of dollars at the end of this week, as a rival dealer has...

    16. July 30, 2015

      Lloyd’s of London seeks Malaysia licence

      Lloyd’s of London is applying for a Malaysia onshore licence as part of a broader push by the specialist insurer into...

    17. July 30, 2015

      UCL launches School of Management in the heart of London

      University College London, one of the UK’s elite universities, has launched a School of Management on its Bloomsbury...

    18. July 29, 2015

      Providence and WPP in talks on Chime deal

      Chime Communications, the London-listed sports marketing specialist, is in advanced discussions to sell itself for more...

    19. July 29, 2015

      HIV/Aids treatments stand out as GSK promises 40-drug pipeline

      GlaxoSmithKline flagged a pipeline of 40 new drugs in advanced clinical trials as it beat market forecasts for the...

    20. July 29, 2015

      David Cameron eyes Irish path out of EU impasse

      David Cameron’s quest for a legally binding “treaty change” to enshrine his new EU deal has been rebuffed in many...

    21. July 29, 2015

      Lone Star’s big hats seek to score at Wembley

      Outriders from Texan private equity group Lone Star are becoming ranchers in north London, agreeing a £700m deal to buy...

    22. July 29, 2015

      Man Group shares surge after profits beat expectations

      Two London-listed fund managers have flagged the growing risks of turbulence in global stock markets as investors...

    23. July 29, 2015

      Copper market buoyed by supply disruptions

      Copper is enjoying some respite from the commodities rout, as the world’s largest producers of the metal signal a cut...

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      July 29, 2015

      FT Opening Quote - Barclays still in need of a boost

      Barclays has beaten expectations, but it still needs to show more of the acceleration it promised after removing CEO...

    25. July 29, 2015

      Lone Star targets Quintain in £700m London property deal

      Lone Star, the Texan private equity giant, has struck a deal to buy London property developer Quintain Estates for...

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      July 29, 2015

      Further reading

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    27. July 28, 2015

      Warning on diluting City financial regulation

      A deputy governor of the Bank of England has warned against watering down financial services regulation to boost...

    28. July 28, 2015

      L’amore dei tre re, Opera Holland Park, London — review

      Martin Lloyd-Evans’s production of L’amore dei tre re, Italo Montemezzi’s short, sharp shocker of 1913, was the hit of...

    29. July 28, 2015

      Industry casts doubt on property transparency plan

      The people who buy and sell houses for the world’s wealthy have cast doubt on UK government plans to increase...

    30. July 28, 2015

      Litvinenko suspect says Moscow critic poisoned day before meeting

      A suspect in the murder of Alexander Litvinenko has said the Kremlin critic told him he had been poisoned the day...

    31. July 28, 2015

      Battle is on for offshore renminbi market

      For a sense of how the use of the renminbi is expanding beyond China, it helps to turn to Sanchuan Holding Group, a...

    32. July 28, 2015

      LME accepts renminbi as collateral

      The London Metal Exchange, which sets the price of industrial metals from copper to aluminium, will now accept renminbi...

    33. July 28, 2015

      Cities need boring bridges not celebrity self-indulgence

      The purpose of a bridge is simple enough: to span a river or a ravine. And until recently the form of the most...

    34. July 28, 2015

      David Cameron to tackle ‘dirty money’ in UK property market

      Corrupt offshore companies using the UK property market to launder “dirty money” will be unmasked, David Cameron...

    35. July 27, 2015

      Litvinenko murder suspect fails to appear before panel

      The head of the inquiry into the poisoning of Kremlin critic Alexander Litvinenko has said he suspects manipulation by...

    36. July 27, 2015

      Jury deliberates verdict in landmark Libor manipulation trial

      A jury in London has begun deliberating on whether Tom Hayes, the first person to go on trial accused of rigging rates,...

    37. July 27, 2015

      Health watchdog issues cuts warning

      A leading environmental health body has warned that further cuts to public spending will have serious consequences for...

    38. July 26, 2015

      Former pensions minister Steve Webb set to join Royal London

      Steve Webb, the former pensions minister, is poised to join Royal London, the UK’s biggest mutual life and retirement...

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