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Kwarteng: No U-turn on National Insurance tax rise

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Southeastern stripped of franchise over undeclared funding

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Budget 2021: £5bn fund to help High Street recover from Covid

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Increase car taxes to help climate, advisers say

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Royal Bank of Canada quarterly profit slumps on higher loan loss provisions

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UPDATE 1-India to spend $13 billion on farm infrastructure fund

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U.S. SEC alleges accounting fraud at Florida direct lender TCA -filing

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Funds suggest cutting stocks, expect U-shaped global economic recovery: Reuters poll

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Column: A fork in the coronavirus road - the financial cost of relapse

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Investors bet on testing, treatments for restart of U.S. economy

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Pricing the benefits of cheap oil in a world of economic lockdowns

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Fund managers looking at medical tests, Europe, for signs U.S. economy can reopen

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Global funds still recommend bonds over stocks - Reuters poll

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Oil-rich wealth funds seen shedding up to $225 billion in stocks

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Surveys show coronavirus pandemic savaging global economy

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US bond fund outflows set weekly record - Lipper

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UPDATE 1-EU to redirect funds to virus-hit parts of economy

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Factbox: Britain starts new funding scheme to shield businesses from coronavirus

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Man Group full-year profits up as market gains offset net outflows

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Jupiter full-year profits hit by outflows, cancels special dividend

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Investors track ships, chase rumours to get edge on COVID-19 risks

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Majority of CEOs expect global economy to cool in PwC survey

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UPDATE 3-Far Point to buy tax-free shopping firm Global Blue at $2.6 bln valuation

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HK considers "competitive" tax measures for private equity funds -finance sec

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ECB rate rise in 2021? Markets starting to think about it

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Recession, robots and rockets: another roaring 20s for world markets?

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General election 2019: How do government finances work?

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UK banks urge government to ease tax burden as Brexit beckons

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Factbox: Major Saudi Arabian non-oil deals since 2016

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Boeing says Airbus could still avoid tariffs by obeying WTO

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Italy govt has found money to avoid sales tax hike-PM

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Column: Hedge funds sell oil as global economy deteriorates

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Kuwait sovereign fund in portfolio shift on signs of global economic weakness -report

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UK jobs data shows strong economic fundamentals - Javid

Labour market data showing the fastest pay growth in 11 years and more people (...)

Burford Capital considers share buyback after Muddy Waters short attack

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Muddy Waters wipes £2 billion off Burford Capital shares in latest short attack

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UK government should cut taxes to boost growth - senior Treasury minister

Britain should use the opportunity of leaving the European Union to cut taxes (...)

BoE says British banks ready for no-deal Brexit, trade war

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Investor frustrations build as RBS grapples with excess capital conundrum

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COLUMN-Hedge funds sell crude as economy fears trump OPEC cuts: Kemp

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Iceland index inclusion leaves fund managers cold

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Column: Funds sell oil as economic fears trump supply threats

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UPDATE 4-Metro Bank shores up finances, prepares for tough investor meeting

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Metro Bank raises £375m in new funds to bolster finances

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Corbyn-proof? British water, power firms take nationalisation precautions

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Not just Brexit - EU frets next crisis may come from money managers, clearing

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Graphic: Whatever it takes, Part 2? - Five questions for the ECB

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World economy facing delicate moment, IMF says

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Schroders profit falls on outflows, restructuring

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European funds cut equity holdings, hoard cash as growth fears rise - Reuters poll

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Global funds raise cash holdings to 20-month high as caution mounts

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Goldman Sachs announces a change in strategy

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The Fed prepares for its balance-sheet—and its board—to shrink

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Exchange-rate shifts have helped the global economy

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Fund new start-ups from pension pots, IoD urges

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How hard has Hurricane Harvey hit the local economy?

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Research points to a new explanation of “Dutch disease”

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Why national accounts might be like corporate balance-sheets

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Hot and cold: Euro zone grows but inflation slows

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Rathbone Brothers first-half pretax profit up 16.7 percent

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SE Asia Stocks-Most up on cautious Fed; Philippines gives up gains

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Pakistan’s old economic vulnerabilities persist

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China needs to strike balance between deleveraging and support for some sectors - IMF

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Britain to crack down on militant, criminal financing

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IMF to visit Mozambique to discuss debt audit concerns

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Sulk but no tantrum likely as central banks sidle towards exit

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Foot Locker shares plunge after weak sales

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Old McDonnell has a plan. He eyes IOUs

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Labour manifesto: Extra £48.6bn in tax revenue to fund pledges

Jeremy Corbyn pledges more free childcare, billions for the NHS and to scrap (...)

Large hedge funds moved out of financial stocks in first quarter

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Africa’s informal economy is receding faster than Latin America’s

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Delay seen, again, on Trump growth agenda after Comey sacking

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Macron to take time reforming economy in divided France

BERLIN/PARIS (Reuters) - After a decade of slow growth, rising unemployment (...)

Bill Ackman: Donald Trump will be good for US economy

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The IMF nudges up its forecast for global growth

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America has a retirement problem, not a saving problem

HOUSE Resolution 67, which Donald Trump signed last week, rolls back a rule (...)

How Chávez and Maduro have impoverished Venezuela

IT IS hard to convey the severity of Venezuela’s unfolding crisis. Its extent (...)

Fundamental reforms paving the way for economic recovery in Portugal, OECD says

Fundamental reforms have helped put the Portuguese economy back on the right (...)


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