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Asian shares tentative as Trump tempers Sino-US trade optimism

Asian shares edged up on Wednesday but investors were cautious after U.S. President Donald Trump tempered optimism over progress made so far in trade talks between the world’s

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Wall St slips on US-China trade talk uncertainty; energy falls

US stocks ended lower on Tuesday, weighed down by lingering uncertainty over the outcome of trade talks between the United States and China and declines in energy and

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Wall Street slips on US-China trade talk uncertainty; energy falls

US stocks ended lower on Tuesday, weighed down by lingering uncertainty over the outcome of trade talks between the United States and China and declines in energy and

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Pension bonds are an ingenious idea for providing retirement income

WHEN people stop working, they need a retirement income. Some are lucky enough to have an employer-provided pension linked to their salary. Everyone else faces a difficult choice. Some keep

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World economic growth is slowing. Don’t worry—yet

IN 2017 the global economy broke out of a rut. It grew by 3.8%, the fastest pace since 2011. Surging animal spirits accompanied a rebound in business investment across the

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Wall Street rises on trade war truce; industrials lead

US stocks rose on Monday and gains in industrials helped propel the Dow to a more than two-month closing high, after a truce between the United States and

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How Turkey fell from investment darling to junk-rated emerging market

MANY of the most famous hedge-fund trades have been bets that things were about to go wrong. Think of Enron’s

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Asian stocks rally after Mnuchin says Sino-US trade war #39;on hold#39;

Stocks rose on Monday as US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin declared the US trade war with China “on

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NAFTA negotiators are struggling to meet a congressional deadline

AS FAR back as the campaign trail, President Donald Trump had promised to renegotiate or rip up the North American

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A WTO ruling on aircraft subsidies raises the risk of a tariff war

THE manufacture of airliners may be the world’s most globalised industry. Only two firms make big civil jets: Boeing of

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China’s vanished current-account surplus will change the world economy

NOT long ago China was a leading culprit in global economic imbalances. Whether blame was ascribed to its undervalued yuan

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Lawmakers are trying to curb contracts that make it harder to change jobs

IN 2011 Kathleen started work at an insurance-and-benefits consultancy in Boston. A couple of years later the firm gave her

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Wall Street posts weekly loss as banks, chipmakers weigh

The S&P 500 ended lower on Friday after a choppy trading session as bank and chipmaker stocks weighed

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The life-insurance industry is in need of new vigour

LIFE insurance is among the oldest financial products. The Amicable Society, founded in London in 1706, charged members a set

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Wall Street ends down slightly on trade, oil price concerns

Wall Street ended a choppy trading session lower on Thursday, as investors grappled with escalating trade tensions and

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Award

On May 16th Callum Williams, our Britain economics correspondent, was named joint winner of the Young Financial Journalist of the

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Asia stocks edge up, investors cautious on US-China trade talks

Asian stocks edged up on Friday as investors kept a cautious watch on developments in US-China trade negotiations,

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The long arm of the dollar

FEW banks can match the quaint serenity of Banco Delta Asia’s headquarters in Macau. Housed in a pastel-yellow colonial building

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Wall Street gains as small-cap Russell 2000 hits record

Retail and technology stocks led Wall Street higher on Wednesday and the small-cap Russell 2000 hit a record

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