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Last updated: Feb. 27, 17:00 Page 10 of 12
Consumer confidence has plummeted, Beijing is focused on security and stability, and global companies and investors are bracing for smaller gains.
By Reshma Kapadia
Barron`s,  Feb. 15, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
The long-run trend of a rising dollar may be about to turn, boosting local currency bonds
By Victoria Courmes
Financial Times,  Feb. 14, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
UCL professor and consultant criticises ‘parasitic’ relationship between business and state
By Michael Stott in Cartagena
Financial Times,  Feb. 10, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Senators assail consultants for helping Riyadh use ‘soft power’ to build influence in the US
By Stephen Foley in Washington and Chloe Cornish in Dubai
Financial Times,  Feb. 07, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Why are the brightest and wealthiest so eager to leave these supposedly ascendant countries?
By Sadanand Dhume
The Wall Street Journal,  Jan. 31, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Chief executive Lieve Mostrey says move would trigger similar risks to European financial system as outright seizure
By Laura Dubois in Brussels
Financial Times,  Feb. 15, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
The proposed rule would require many U.S. investment advisers to start detecting and reporting suspected money laundering to the U.S. government
By Mengqi Sun
The Wall Street Journal,  Feb. 13, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
The Future Circular Collider could unlock some of the secrets of the universe
By FT View
Financial Times,  Feb. 09, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Budget office points to surge in government debt costs after pandemic-era fiscal splurge to prop up economies
By Claire Jones in Washington
Financial Times,  Feb. 07, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Dick Bove, the ubiquitous banking expert, is going out swinging after more than half a century in the business.
By Rob Copeland
The New York Times,  Jan. 27, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Foreign minister says Caracas is seeking to push Georgetown into settling territorial dispute over oil-rich region
By Joe Daniels in Bogotá
Financial Times,  Feb. 15, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
‘This is not like Davos, where anyone can buy their way in. This really is exclusive’
By Owen Walker, European Banking Correspondent
Financial Times,  Feb. 11, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Congressional Budget Office projections released on Wednesday said a growing economy and recent spending cuts had slowed deficits
By Alan Rappeport and Jim Tankersley
The New York Times,  Feb. 08, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
EU is moving to use profit from the €191bn in immobilised Russian assets to help Ukraine
By Laura Dubois in Brussels
Financial Times,  Feb. 01, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
Josh Frost has more than 100 Wall Street sources helping him make a big decision on Wednesday. He hopes most of America doesn’t notice.
By Andrew Duehren
The Wall Street Journal,  Jan. 27, 2024    E-mail this to a Friend
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