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    1. 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...

    2. July 26, 2015

      Negotiators inch towards historic trade deal

      If the 12 trade ministers gathering at a beachside hotel and spa on the Hawaiian island of Maui this week to put the...

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    1. July 24, 2015

      Serco managers stopped from running New Zealand jail

      Serco has been temporarily stripped of work running New Zealand’s largest prison following allegations of mistreatment...

    2. July 23, 2015

      New Zealand dollar bounces after rate cut

      New Zealand’s dollar made gains on Thursday, after its central bank cut interest rates by only 25 basis points rather...

    3. July 20, 2015

      Those overcrowded kiwi bets look vulnerable

      Beware the overcrowded trade. The New Zealand dollar bounced off near six-year lows at the start of the week after John...

    4. July 16, 2015

      Sterling hits seven-year high against euro

      Sterling powered to a seven-year high against the euro, providing a fillip not just to eurozone-bound British...

    5. July 16, 2015

      Equities march on as Greek worries ease

      Thursday 21.00 BST. An easing of concerns over Greece paved the way for another session of strong gains for global...

    6. July 14, 2015

      Sir John Buchanan, scientist and finance chief, 1943-2015

      Sir John Buchanan, who has died aged 72, was a New Zealand-born scientist who rose to be finance director at BP before...

    7. July 14, 2015

      Aussie tipped by ANZ to edge kiwi in ‘ugly’ show

      How do you pick a winner at the ugly bug ball? It’s a question some southern hemisphere currency traders may be asking...

    8. July 12, 2015

      Microbes from rabbit gut help turn waste to fuel

      ArcelorMittal, the world’s largest steelmaker, is to install an €87m system at one of its plants that uses microbes...

    9. Gavyn Davies

      July 7, 2015

      Stock market intervention: China now, Hong Kong then

      The wild events in the Chinese domestic stock market in recent days have shown signs of broadening to other financial...

    10. July 7, 2015

      Aussie and kiwi dollars hit by China fears

      Antipodean currencies were under pressure on Tuesday, as concern about the dangers of volatile Chinese markets dogged...

    11. July 7, 2015

      Asos sets sights on hitting top end of sales growth target

      Asos, the UK online-only fashion shop, is confident that its strategy of cutting prices internationally in the face of...

    12. July 5, 2015

      Currency traders head to work on Sunday ahead of Greek referendum

      Greece’s referendum on a proposed bailout package has prompted banks to beef up their currency trading desks for the...

    13. July 3, 2015

      Aussie dollar sinks as China stocks slide

      Chinese stock declines contributed to a pummelling of the Australian dollar, sending it to a six-year low against its...

    14. July 2, 2015

      Housebound — film review

      Housebound is a horror film so batty you want to hug it. Home-probation teenager Morgana O’Reilly has an electronic...

    15. July 1, 2015

      Canada’s Brookfield targets Australia’s Asciano in $6.8bn deal

      Canada’s Brookfield has made an A$8.8bn (US$6.8bn) takeover offer for Australian ports operator Asciano, amid a surge...

    16. June 26, 2015

      Thousands hit by offshore pensions curbs

      Thousands of British citizens have been caught up in a clampdown on overseas pension transfers, which is expected to...

    17. June 25, 2015

      Slow West — film review

      The title Slow West almost bares its chest to the reviewer’s knife. Slow? We should say so. In early scenes of John...

    18. June 21, 2015

      Immigrants join the Canadian ‘express’

      Zoe Cremin, an Irish software engineer living in Vancouver, was worried that she would have to leave Canada when her...

    19. June 21, 2015

      Guardians of New Zealand’s sovereign wealth lead it to the top

      Acting as a long-term investor has brought short-term rewards for New Zealand’s sovereign wealth fund. It generated...

    20. FT Photo Diary

      June 11, 2015

      Heading for the ball

      Brazil’s Judivan, left, and Diego Poyet of Uruguay compete for a header during their U20 soccer World Cup match in New...

    21. June 11, 2015

      New Zealand cuts interest rates as dairy boom sours

      The collapse in oil prices has caused strains in the Gulf. Now New Zealand — sometimes known as the Saudi Arabia of...

    22. June 4, 2015

      Dairy price plunge highlights hedging handicap

      Global dairy prices have turned sour. Europe’s producers are feeling particular pain, with wholesale prices now below...

    23. June 1, 2015

      Jawboning and rate cuts set to weaken Kiwi

      Can the Kiwi head much further south? New Zealand’s dollar touched a Monday nadir of $0.7065, a level last seen in...

    24. May 31, 2015

      Home thoughts from an English village cricket field

      Please excuse the sentimentality that follows but any recherche du temps perdu inevitably leads there. My rediscovery...

    25. May 29, 2015

      Kiwi kudos: New Zealand Chardonnay

      Last week I was presented with proof of my theory that the white wine grape of which New Zealanders should be most...

    26. The World

      May 27, 2015

      Australia feels the reverberations of Ireland's gay marriage vote

      It is 10,000 miles from Ireland to Australia but it didn’t take long for Ireland’s yes vote in favour of gay marriage...

    27. May 26, 2015

      Rebounding US dollar crucial for central banks

      Many central banks around the world are watching whether the US dollar can regain momentum and help stimulate their...

    28. May 25, 2015

      Cricket Diary: Dreams of the Punjab

      Sitting in the confines of the Lord’s media centre, packed to the rafters with assorted media men from all around the...

    29. May 22, 2015

      Reckitt faces regulatory friction in UK over K-Y acquisition

      The coupling of Durex condoms with K-Y lubricant under Reckitt Benckiser is facing regulatory friction in the UK....

    30. May 17, 2015

      Rio Tinto puts aluminium assets on block in potential $1bn deal

      Rio Tinto is making a fresh attempt to sell unwanted aluminium assets in a potential $1bn deal, the latest sign of...

    31. May 13, 2015

      Ancient wisdom helps Maori students navigate business

      Not far from the sparkling Waitemata harbour sits the University of Auckland Business School, where sharp modern lines...

    32. May 10, 2015

      Cricket Diary: The first cuckoos of spring

      Time for cricket fans to slowly don layers of clothing and emerge from hibernation. Though with the amount of cricket...

    33. May 8, 2015

      Just Eat on course to swallow Menulog for £445m

      Just Eat has gobbled up its counterpart in Australia and New Zealand for £445m as the hunger for deals in the online...

    34. May 7, 2015

      National Australia Bank to raise $4.4bn for UK exit

      National Australia Bank, the country’s largest lender by assets, said it would raise A$5.5bn (US$4.4bn) in a bid to...

    35. April 30, 2015

      New Zealand dollar falls as Reserve Bank shifts stance

      The New Zealand dollar fell sharply on Thursday, bucking a softer trend in the US dollar, after the Reserve Bank...

    36. April 24, 2015

      Anzac mythology in focus for Australia’s Gallipoli centenary

      After months of Anzac-themed television series, school projects and wall-to-wall media coverage, the centenary of the...

    37. April 23, 2015

      Wanted list reveals nature of Chinese corruption

      China has published a wanted list of 100 people it says are fugitives living overseas as it steps up efforts to seek...

    38. April 23, 2015

      New Zealand dollar falls on rate brush-off

      The New Zealand dollar fell on Thursday after a central bank policy maker surprised the market, saying a rate rise was...

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