13 Aug 2022

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Dow Jones Futures: Market Rally Runs Up To Key Test; Here's What To Do Now

13 Aug 2022 8:21pm GMT

Anshu Jain, Deutsche Bank Chief in a Pivotal Era, Dies at 59

13 Aug 2022 7:58pm GMT

Billionaire George Soros Bets on Musk's Tesla and Ford

13 Aug 2022 7:10pm GMT

Sinema took Wall Street money while killing tax on investors

13 Aug 2022 6:20pm GMT

Mr. Big Short Issues a Dire Warning About the Economy

13 Aug 2022 5:59pm GMT

Legendary Financier George Soros Bets Big on Amazon and Alphabet

13 Aug 2022 5:58pm GMT

Every Wall Street Trend Goes Haywire as Stock Bears Are Crushed

13 Aug 2022 5:00pm GMT

Pharmacist, nurse, tow-truck driver and other jobs that pay $100K or more. This list might surprise you.

13 Aug 2022 4:21pm GMT

The ‘crying CEO’ says, ‘I’m just a small business owner — it’s not like I’ve got a fourth mansion.’

13 Aug 2022 3:40pm GMT

New S&P 500 Member Breaks Out, Leading 5 Stocks Near Buy Points

13 Aug 2022 1:09pm GMT

Good news for retirees and retirement savers — inflation may be working in your favor

13 Aug 2022 12:37pm GMT

‘It’s going to be government money’: Jim Rogers just issued a serious warning to crypto investors — here are the 2 shockproof assets he likes instead

13 Aug 2022 12:00pm GMT

Royal Investing: 3 High Yield Dividend Aristocrats

13 Aug 2022 11:00am GMT

How can I generate some steady income in this volatile market? Here are 3 top-rated stocks yielding up to 7.5% (with fat upside to boot)

13 Aug 2022 11:00am GMT

It’s a Good Time to Buy Stock in Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway. Here’s Why.

13 Aug 2022 1:22am GMT

Coinbase Is Looking More Like a Meme Stock. Watch Out, Shorts.

13 Aug 2022 12:49am GMT

12 Aug 2022

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UK economy shrinks as outlook on recession darkens

The economy shrank by 0.1% leading some experts to warn a recession could start sooner than expected.

12 Aug 2022 12:51pm GMT

10 Aug 2022

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US inflation eases in July as petrol prices drop

US consumer prices rose at annual rate of 8.5% in July, more slowly than June as petrol prices fell

10 Aug 2022 4:26pm GMT

Martin Lewis: Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss must set out energy bill plans

The consumer journalist says rising prices are a crisis on a scale with the Covid pandemic.

10 Aug 2022 9:01am GMT

09 Aug 2022

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Rail strikes: No train services on some lines on Saturday

Rail firms reveal reduced timetables as thousands of workers walk out on Saturday over pay.

09 Aug 2022 2:28pm GMT

John Lewis boss: Over-50s quitting the workforce fuels inflation

Boss Dame Sharon White says the government must think about how to get older people back into work.

09 Aug 2022 12:48pm GMT

05 Aug 2022

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Why Australia will work harder to build ties with Indonesia

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05 Aug 2022 10:31pm GMT

Bank's recession warning matters to everyone

Times are already hard but the Bank of England says they'll get worse and stay that way until late 2023

05 Aug 2022 2:31pm GMT

Truss: Business-as-usual policies won't stop recession

Liz Truss says her tax cuts are more important after the Bank of England's gloomy economic forecast.

05 Aug 2022 12:27pm GMT

Bank of England governor defends rate hike ahead of looming recession

Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey warns price rises would be long-term if Bank did not act.

05 Aug 2022 9:59am GMT

03 Aug 2022

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Oil output to see small hike to ease energy prices

Opec+ members will pump an extra 100,000 barrels a day in September, an amount some say is "meaningless".

03 Aug 2022 2:39pm GMT

02 Aug 2022

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CEO Secrets: Hard Rock Cafe boss on the shift he'll never forget

Jim Allen, chairman of Hard Rock International, shares a story for our CEO Secrets series.

02 Aug 2022 11:01pm GMT

29 Jul 2022

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China signals it could miss economic growth target

It comes as Beijing is pursuing a zero-Covid policy that has put major cities in harsh lockdowns.

29 Jul 2022 5:31am GMT

28 Jul 2022

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US economy shrinks again sparking recession fears

The US economy contracted at an annual rate of 0.9% in the three months to July.

28 Jul 2022 7:16pm GMT

27 Jul 2022

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The public relations and ad firms refusing fossil fuel clients

Climate change concerns have prompted a change of strategy for 295 firms.

27 Jul 2022 11:08pm GMT

Gas prices jump as Russia cuts German supply

The Nord Stream 1 pipeline is now operating at just a fifth of its usual capacity.

27 Jul 2022 5:00pm GMT

26 Jul 2022

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IMF: UK set for slowest growth of G7 countries in 2023

The IMF cuts its UK forecast for 2023 and says the global economy is "teetering on the edge" of recession.

26 Jul 2022 4:40pm GMT

15 Dec 2009

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Copenhagen talks enter 'new phase'

Copenhagen climate conference enters a 'new phase' as ministers join in intensive negotiations to deliver an agreement by the end of the week, the president of the meeting says

15 Dec 2009 2:39pm GMT

Greece moves on costs and corruption

The Athens stock market lost 1.2 per cent in early trading as investors absorbed news of the Greek government's plan to reduce the country's budget deficit

15 Dec 2009 11:53am GMT

US banks to repay rescue funds

Citigroup and Wells Fargo unveiled plans to sell a total of up to $30bn in stock and return a combined $45bn to US taxpayers in a move that will free them from heightened government supervision but could hit shareholders

15 Dec 2009 12:29am GMT

14 Dec 2009

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Darling defies threats on bonus tax

The chancellor has warned he will not water down his 50 per cent supertax on bonuses or offer special deals after brokers and banks threatened to move staff out of the UK

14 Dec 2009 11:03pm GMT

Clouds mar Europe's sunnier outlook

Prospects have brightened noticeably since August, when the map was last published, with northern Europe capturing the best of the light. A robust recovery in Germany and evidence of a clear turnaround in France have helped

14 Dec 2009 10:34pm GMT

Obama presses banks to boost lending

President Obama told the US's top bankers that they had a 'special responsibility' to help spur on the economic recovery after they received government bail-outs last year, urging them to increase lending to small businesses and mortgage refinancing

14 Dec 2009 8:18pm GMT

China eclipses US in initial public offferings

Chinese stock exchanges raised double the amount of money secured by IPOs across the US showing how activity is shifting from west to east

14 Dec 2009 8:08pm GMT

Fed to split monetary and liquidity policy

The Federal Reserve is unlikely to make any big changes to its monetary policy stance at the conclusion of its December meeting on Wednesday, though there is a chance it could make some alterations to its provision of liquidity

14 Dec 2009 6:56pm GMT

Pipeline brings Asian gas to China

The first pipeline bringing central Asian natural gas to China opened, underscoring Beijing's importance to the former Soviet republics. China's president, Hu Jintao, joined counterparts from Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan for the ceremony

14 Dec 2009 5:16pm GMT

Japan business confidence remains low

Business morale improves more slowly in the fourth quarter and large manufacturers surveyed by the central bank plan record cuts in capital spending as a strong yen threatens a fragile economic recovery

14 Dec 2009 3:14am GMT