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Stablecoin operator accepts crypto in return for some loans, big customer says
Production curbs in the country have hurt stockpiles of a key ingredient to make aluminium in vehicles
Traders fear policymakers will move too aggressively in their attempts to tame inflation
Digital currency issued by central bank was used in 10-month trial involving big banks and public debt office
Procter & Gamble and Johnson & Johnson will post quarterly figures later on Tuesday
Andrew Bailey’s tough talk on inflation sparks sell-off in short-dated UK government bonds
A trend of ‘demonstration investments’ can be counter-productive over the long term
They are rooted in fundamentals and the rise of big tech
Banks are producing research on this new industry in response to demand and fear of missing out
Calculations of investment in tens of billions make carbon transition look daunting, but equivalent sums spawned modern industry
Rising inflation and supply chain woes add to pressure on vulnerable countries
More companies miss debt payments as country’s real estate sector contracts in third quarter
Research renews concerns surrounding passive investment and quality of data
The oil-dependent economy is struggling despite a package of reforms from the president and a promise to fight corruption
Productivity; Spotify; ridesharing and much more . . .
Collapse is a critical test of Beijing’s handling of ‘too big to fail’ entities
SoftBank’s Vision Fund 2 leads investment into P2P lender turned UK digital bank
Data earlier on Monday showed China’s GDP advanced just 0.2% quarter on quarter
New data from US securities regulator shows number increased by 90 times in January
Finding a partner could have some merit but could also be messy
Fintech limited to maximum 70,000 new customers a month in long-running BaFin tussle
Kent-based Goto ceases trading, citing ‘meteoric’ rise in wholesale prices
Clearly, enough shareholders must accept lowball offers to make the effort worthwhile
Chinese-owned Swedish carmaker earmarks most of IPO proceeds for push to only sell electric vehicles by end of decade
November contracts for delivery jump 18% after capacity auction showed no increase from Russia
Default rate on muni bonds may rise as cash-strapped cities struggle with extreme weather events
Financial services commissioner says there will be no ‘sudden twists and turns’ over licence
UK ecommerce group announces changes to share structure as it seeks to move up to LSE’s premium segment
Japan’s currency hit by rising cost of imported petrochemicals and easy monetary policy
Plus, the reinvention of lockdown day traders, UK asset managers’ diverging fortunes, and an immersive digital art experience
Brokers and platforms are hopeful some of the retail boom will outlast the pandemic
As fund managers race to meet surging demand for sustainable investment, regulators are getting tough on greenwashing. Plus: activist shareholders make their mark; sin stocks; ESG with Chinese characteristics; climate-friendly pensions; is crypto a no-no?
Probably not for bitcoin — but possibly yes for blockchain
The case for excluding ESG laggards is not clear-cut, though regulation may soon tip the balance
The country’s net zero ambition is attractive, its human rights record less so