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The country is determined not to be used as a proxy in the fight between its closest neighbour and one of its most important allies
The technology sector in particular now favours direct listing
Saudi Aramco is the latest in a string of companies to tie its fortunes to the tycoon
The government must reverse the effects of cuts to law enforcement
There’s something fractal about rest: we need it daily, weekly and yearly
The UK prime minister displays none of the general’s moral seriousness or sense of responsibility
America’s legal system has failed the financier’s victims at every juncture
Train travel in the UK now combines the worst features of capitalism and socialism
A lack of political ambition, reform and investment when times were good have hobbled the country
Borrowing for free comes with rising risks over financial stability
John Bolton’s recent visit underlined the costs of the UK burning its bridges with Europe
A caretaker government is unlikely to work but the suggestion gives Labour an advantage
The next meeting of the G7 is an opportunity for co-ordinated action on inequality
To survive, investment professionals must beat the average — and their cheaper passive rivals
Talking about our careers and life choices makes us feel better about ourselves
Stocks shed about 40 per cent in dollar terms this week but further dangers loom
Yawning current account deficit is a vulnerability associated with emerging markets
Harry Markopolos makes some good points about the US conglomerate, but none is new
Global recession fears come amid Trump’s unpredictability, Asia conflicts and Brexit
The Danish brewer’s half-year results were strong but its valuation is too frothy
Just how reliable is the inversion of the yield curve in forecasting recession?
Danish ferry operator DFDS warns of lower profits as UK freight arrivals fall
Who is right? Twitter or Milton Friedman?
Central banks around the world are sending out worrying signals about the economy
Cyber security group needs bigger customers — but should beware of being heavy-handed
Think basketware, blankets, Brideshead and Beaton
Bees like so-called native plants — but so do pests
An era long synonymous with progress is now idealised for the opposite reason
Assailed by Apple Card and Revolut, traditional lenders risk having their Kodak moment
Can you really talk down a country? And what is Standing order 48? A timely guide
What are the finest examples from these inclement regions?
What happens when the haves and have-nots meet in the aisles of a discount store?
The costs of another ‘taper tantrum’ could be much higher now than six years ago
Trend towards ‘de-equitisation’ is not likely to reverse any time soon
Gideon Rachman, FT chief foreign affairs commentator, looks at the impact of the president's decision-making
Launch of American football betting via an MGM tie-up might finally bring deserved uplift
Executives conclude their world is changing for good — and not in ways they wanted