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Central bank worries that cutting rates would be seen as caving in to the White House
Agreement with landlords only first stage in effort to put retail group back on track
Bund yields hit record lows today.
History teaches us that when credit systems are replaced with payment systems, economies are starved of liquidity.
FT's Martin Sandbu on the controversy surrounding the so-called mini-BOT
Release of Ivan Golunov is a rare victory for harassed independent press
TV’s most intriguing characters are freewheeling, fearless — and over 40
Greg Hayes defused a political crisis. Now he must sell a mega-merger to a sceptical Wall Street
Protests against an extradition bill have met with a far tougher response than the occupy demonstrations of 2014
Rival camps had not foreseen former foreign secretary pulling so far ahead so early
Challenger hopes to crack a tough market where customers favour traditional lenders
Public debt balloons back to levels seen before massive write-off programme
Strained relations between Berlin and Paris make it hard to predict who will end up running the commission and ECB
While investigating bitcoin transaction fees, this reporter got stung with a $3.1 fee. Yes really.
Brazilian state can learn lessons from its rival’s investment in public security
Traders question European Central Bank’s ability to deliver promised support
Pledge will trigger economic shift in the country once biggest coal consumer in world
Former foreign secretary defends his record but also ducks questions
Nearly two years after the introduction of a coding fix called SegWit intended to help scale bitcoin, transaction fees collected by miners are on the rise again...
Pendragon was hit by an excess of stock across the business.
Critics blame insufficient capital expenditure since privatisation and a system that allows sewage to be dumped into waterways
What the data show us about the wealth gap
Slowing globalisation and weaker economic growth blamed for pullback
German lender’s options to raise cash are limited as shares languish near record lows
Hedge funds are attempting to copy the best parts of human traders but without their frailties