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The UK electorate is split down the middle, but another vote would make things worse
The investment bank’s loan book has risen tenfold since 2012 but, as consumers struggle with rising interest payments, will it be punished for piling in to credit so late in the cycle?
Poisonings that may or may not have happened, but all by nefarious western means
It is high time that Saudi Arabia and the UAE began a climb down
Workers from catch-up nations face a more hostile environment than their predecessors
Today’s protesters want to cling on to the past, not seize the future
Sustainability is now seen as a way of looking at often ignored externalities
Amid record global borrowing, the US should seek fiscal consolidation
In a sign of a shifting balance of power, Islamabad is buying advanced military equipment from Beijing
FT readers see trouble ahead after Brexit
Sorrell’s departure from WPP makes it harder for creative entrepreneurs to get rich
Whites have enjoyed excellent property rights, but blacks have been less protected
Botox maker eyes return to acquisition trail, but a tie-up would not add much value
A $1bn buyback reflects the asset manager’s share price frustration
Adding a few sequins to a fading strategy has not arrested the decline in sales
An imbroglio that companies, lawmakers and regulators must resolve
The price can only get heavier but can it hit $3,000 per tonne?
Trade flows matter but capital matters more — and China dominates the world
The US will only lose out from a face-to-face meeting with Kim Jong Un
Regulatory risks will not stop big tech race to give world its first $1tn company
A gap emerges in the paper trail that links Germany's biggest bank to its largest shareholder.
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My friends and I look up to women who express feminine power through their clothes — so why don’t we do the same?
‘The French nightmare is to wake up and find that France has become Italy’
Self-care evokes a fraught tangle of wealth, aesthetics and politics, but it also has a radical intellectual lineage
A pattern of misunderstanding.
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Foreign investors lowering rate of objections as Japanese counterparts battle harder
UK group’s inconsistencies should be of concern to investors
Fixed income markets increasingly lining up behind view of lower rates and lower growth
A simplified regime does not mean higher shareholder returns
Social network sails close to the wind with facial recognition plans