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Pilot fish have received a battering from Lord Myners, a City grandee commissioned by the government to investigate theJonathan Guthrie
UK retail sales surged in November, growing at their fastest pace in a decade as consumers took advantage of pre-ChristmasEmily Cadman
One of our favorite themes is the lengths to which shareholders will go to expropriate value from creditors. In March weSujeet Indap
Shares in BYD, the Chinese electric car company part-owned by Warren Buffett, fell as much as 47 per cent during a bout ofTom Mitchell in Beijing
The highest profile casualty of collapsing oil prices has been Russia, which this week descended into a full blown currencyRalph Atkins in London
The European Central Bank will begin publishing accounts of its monetary policy deliberations in January, but will notClaire Jones in Frankfurt
The Swiss National Bank’s introduction of negative interest rates weakened the franc on Thursday, as policy makers sought toMichael Hunter
Russian President Vladimir Putin gives his annual press conference on Thursday as his government and the central bankJohn Aglionby
An “asset return tree” (really), from Credit Suisse: Do click to enlarge. Or, if you want a more lyric version, do check outDavid Keohane
At first glance, the Kurdish border town of Baneh is anything but prosperous. Houses are shabby, roads are narrow andNajmeh Bozorgmehr in Baneh
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