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  1. July 24, 2014

    Reserve Bank of New Zealand points to pause in interest rates

    The New Zealand dollar came under heavy pressure on Thursday as the country’s central bank indicated its rate-tightening...

  2. July 23, 2014

    Food M&A: tasty morsels

    Everyone likes chocolate chip cookies. Consumers in the Philippines are no exception, as shown by the latest cross-border...

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  1. 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...

  2. July 14, 2014

    Sports Direct leads stronger FTSE 100

    Sports Direct led London’s main market benchmark higher on Monday on expectations it would announce plans to expand its...

  3. July 13, 2014

    Asia fund passport plans require reform

    Critically important tax issues need to be addressed to ensure the success of plans to promote cross-border fund sales in...

  4. July 11, 2014

    Chart that tells a story . . . financial literacy

    What does this chart show? It compares levels of financial literacy in 15-year-old children with the amount of financial...

  5. FT Photo Diary

    July 11, 2014

    Welcoming Abe to Papua New Guinea

    Ness Kerton/AFP/Getty Local children wave Japanese flags as Shinzo Abe, Japan’s prime minister, arrives in Port Moresby,...

  6. July 9, 2014

    Shanghai’s youth are world’s most financially literate, says OECD

    Shanghai’s schoolchildren are right on the money. In the first ever international assessment of financial nous among the...

  7. July 7, 2014

    Japanese plans to restart Antarctic whaling spark NZ anger

    Japan’s plan to resume its Antarctic whale hunts has been criticised by the New Zealand government, which supported a UN...

  8. June 27, 2014

    Wall Street rebounds after mixed data

    Friday 21:00 BST. Wall Street indices staged a rebound late on Friday after a week that was marked by a week of mixed...

  9. The World

    June 23, 2014

    Ireland bags another gong: world's 'goodest' nation

    By Vincent Boland in Dublin It is tough being number one. Just ask the Irish. One of the things Ireland has had to get used...

  10. June 20, 2014

    Westfield’s A$70bn demerger wins approval

    Australian billionaire Frank Lowy’s A$70bn plan to split the Westfield shopping centre empire into separate domestic and...

  11. June 19, 2014

    Credit growth reverts to developed economies

    Worldwide Banking industry headhunters may be chasing more German speakers than Arabic or Mandarin experts this year, as...

  12. June 18, 2014

    Soames moves to tighten grip on Serco empire

    Rupert Soames, the new chief executive of Serco, has tightened his grip on the global outsourcing business, closing its...

  13. June 12, 2014

    New Zealand dollar gains on rate rise speculation

    The New Zealand dollar surged on Thursday after the country’s central bank signalled it was likely to continue raising...

  14. FT Alphaville

    June 12, 2014

    The (early) Lunch Wrap

    Good morning New York, FT ALPHAVILLE David notes confirmation of the actual piles of cash flown into Greece Dan finds that...

  15. June 12, 2014

    Wall St hit by Iraq worries and soft data

    Thursday 21:00 BST. A rising tide of risk aversion left equities under pressure and top-tier government bonds higher, as US...

  16. June 11, 2014

    Australians stub out cigarettes in wake of plain-pack law

    Australians are consuming less tobacco than at any time since records began in 1959, prompting health campaigners to claim...

  17. beyondbrics

    June 11, 2014

    South Korea's status: clarity at last

    The years of periodic “will-they-won’t-they” chatter about South Korea’s potential upgrade to developed market status are...

  18. MBA blog

    June 10, 2014

    One module and a dissertation before my MBA ends

    With just one weekly module and the project and dissertation left, I feel that my MBA is almost over. Writing this blog,...

  19. June 9, 2014

    Australia finds fresh favour with Mrs Watanabe

    Japanese investors are switching out of the eurozone and piling into Australia as they renew their search for...

  20. June 8, 2014

    Lorde, Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London – review

    At 17, Lorde, real name Ella Yelich-O’Connor, has a US number one single and a multi-platinum debut album to her name. As a...

  21. June 4, 2014

    Two more convicted of £70m boiler-room fraud

    Two more people have been convicted of operating a £70m “boiler-room” scam that defrauded more than 1,000 UK investors in...

  22. June 2, 2014

    Atlantic gap opens in bank chiefs’ pay

    If one banker epitomises the new period of modesty among European lenders, it is Ross McEwan. Last year, the New...

  23. May 29, 2014

    Lowy delays Westfield A$70bn split vote after shareholder revolt

    Australian billionaire Frank Lowy’s A$70bn (US$65bn) plan to split the Westfield shopping centre empire into two separate...

  24. May 28, 2014

    US mortgage applications drop

    Americas US: The mortgage market could not manage four weeks in a row. Applications for mortgages dropped 1.2 per cent last...

  25. May 27, 2014

    Meat price hikes to hit summer barbecue appetite

    Barbecue aficionados preparing to fire up the charcoal this summer are in for a shock as the price of pork ribs and steak...

  26. May 22, 2014

    Cricket Board charges two former Sussex players with match-fixing

    Cricket’s battle to overcome match-fixing raged again after two former Sussex players were charged under the England and...

  27. May 22, 2014

    The macroprudential model back on the financial catwalk

    Sartorial fashion is cyclical. Every few years, certain trends that had dropped out of style become hot on the catwalk again...

  28. May 21, 2014

    Why topsy-turvy Asia is not the place it used to be

    The Philippines may have better medium-term growth prospects than China. From Beijing to Kuala Lumpur, cheese is in greater...

  29. May 5, 2014

    China clamps down on baby formula imports

    China has clamped down on importers of infant formula exploiting the nation’s hunger for foreign brands, as part of an...

  30. May 2, 2014

    It takes a network to defeat a network

    Cyber crime is evolving. Few people can still think it is just teenagers hacking the US Department of Defense for fun. Now...

  31. FT Alphaville

    April 28, 2014

    If the GPIF suit fits...

    If you were a Japanese prime minister intent on being radical (where it’s practical) and you had the world’s second largest...

  32. MBA blog

    April 22, 2014

    A transatlantic love affair

    There is something about these long-haul flights that makes me want to write my blog. I am on a transatlantic flight from...

  33. FT Photo Diary

    April 22, 2014

    Sunrise in Uluru

    Rob Griffith/AP Tourists watch the sunrise in Uluru, Australia. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Uluru on Tuesday...

  34. April 20, 2014

    UK retirement housing set to come of age

    The website of Del Webb, a US retirement home provider, pictures a group of middle-aged Americans schmoozing at an alfresco...

  35. April 19, 2014

    Moores returns as England cricket coach

    LONDON, April 19 – Peter Moores was named England coach for the second time on Saturday as the cricket board continued its...

  36. April 16, 2014

    Corporate knights avoid long knives in pursuit of honours

    Could it be that chief executives who accept a knighthood are doing so at the expense of shareholder returns? A group of...

  37. Money Supply

    April 16, 2014

    The productivity puzzle: New Zealand edition

    The UK has spent years fretting about its dismal productivity performance in the wake of the financial crisis, but it’s no...

  38. April 15, 2014

    Former ICAP brokers in court over Libor case

    Three former brokers at ICAP, the interdealer broker, faced criminal charges in a London court on Tuesday over conspiracy to...

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