The real tragedy is current western policyFrom Sir Tony Brenton. Sir, Martin Wolf is too quick to give up on Russia ›
Stocks weak as risk appetite crumblesGlobal stocks fall while Treasury bonds and gold rise as risk appetite is hit by geopolitical concerns and worries about the eurozone economy ›
Stocks weak as risk appetite fadesFTSE 100 falls as shares in companies once considered takeover targets of US groups seeking tax inversion deals come under pressure ›
Testing the limits of divergenceThe idea is that the economies of the US and, to some extent, the UK can split from the troubles of the eurozone and emerging markets ›
Russia moves to cap foreign media ownershipLegislator warns the proposed law, which will restrict foreign ownership of the country’s media properties to 20%, will destroy Russia’s media business ›
US says attacks on Isis could last yearsThe US and its Arab partners are taking military action against members of the terrorist group in Syria for the first time with a series of air strikes ›
India scraps generic drug price controlsClimbdown is attempt to defuse tensions with pharmaceuticals industry and comes days before court hearing to challenge guidelines imposed in July ›
NetJets secures China licenceThe private jet company owned by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway is moving into China, where it sees huge growth potential ›
US will take fight to Isis, says ObamaThe US and its Arab partners are taking military action against members of the terrorist group in Syria for the first time with a series of air strikes ›
HKEx’s stance leaves it out in the coldHong Kong Exchange has to decide how many Alibaba-like floats it is prepared to lose for the sake of its one-share-one-vote principle ›
Q&A: Tate & Lyle’s sticky patchSupply chain problems caused by harsh US winter and increasing competition in sucralose market combine to put pressure on food producer ›
US and allies attack Isis in SyriaPentagon says the US and ‘partner nation forces’ are undertaking military action against members of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant, or Isis ›
London ranked as costliest citySavills report shows UK capital outpacing Hong Kong as the most costly city to live and work in, due to the strong pound and rising rents ›
China’s booming torture trade denouncedA growing number of Chinese companies are exporting instruments of torture such as electric stun batons, says Amnesty International report ›
Raiffeisen Bank hit by Ukraine conflictBank’s shares fall as it increases provisions for bad loans by 15-30% a month before the European stress tests ›
Stocks slide as eurozone worries buildA first look at China manufacturing conditions in September suggests slight expansion, bringing relief to commodity prices ›
Brazilian markets look for Silva liningInvestors in Brazil want the economic orthodoxy of challenger Marina Silva rather than the alleged interventionist policies of incumbent Dilma Rousseff ›
China factory data reassure marketsA first look at China manufacturing conditions in September suggests slight expansion, bringing relief to commodity prices and halting a dip in equities ›
China factory data reassures marketsA first look at China manufacturing conditions in September suggests a bit of expansion, bringing relief to commodity prices and halting a dip in equities ›
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