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FirstFT: Investors sell stakes in buyout funds at a record pace

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ECB injects billions of euros into weaker eurozone debt markets

The European Central Bank is using its pandemic-era bond-buying programme to shield highly indebted eurozone countries from the effects of its decision to...

Bolsonaro bets improving Brazilian economy will be election boon

Isabel da Costa, a restaurant manager in São Paulo, is conflicted about the state of the Brazilian economy. On one hand, she says...

Did the UK economy contract in the second quarter?

Did the UK economy shrink in the second quarter?The UK economy is expected to contract marginally in the second quarter as it heads...

Charities underpin the UK’s social safety net as cost of living crisis bites

The Isle of Sheppey on the Thames estuary is ranked among the most deprived areas of Britain and like millions of people living...

The US and China are decoupling, but not as fast as you think

Before China’s fighter jets roared and its ballistic missiles screamed into the seas off Taiwan last week, analysts had already begun laying out...

Japan has ‘once-in-lifetime’ chance to end deflation, says departing BoJ official

Japan needs bolder monetary and fiscal stimulus to seize “a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” from global inflationary pressures to end its war on deflation, according...

Alarm mounts in western capitals over Turkey’s deepening ties with Russia

Western capitals are increasingly alarmed about the deepening economic co-operation between Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Vladimir Putin, warning of the mounting...

Two insecure superpowers stumble towards collision over Taiwan

The writer is a senior fellow at Yale University and author of the upcoming book, ‘Accidental Conflict: America, China, and the Clash of...

Britain has no good options as the threat of recession looms

The writer is author of ‘Two Hundred Years of Muddling Through: The Surprising Story of the British Economy’The Bank of England’s new forecasts...

Bank of England: Trussonomics could be costly for investors

The Old Lady is in a sticky spot. Inflation is at a 40-year high and an early 1990s-style recession looms. The UK has...

What is the Bank of England’s mandate on inflation and why it matters

The Bank of England has come under growing criticism from Conservative MPs who claim the central bank has been too slow in tackling...

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