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Metals magnate thanked Tory minister for support over loans now subject to fraud investigation
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Ministry of Defence wants to take back ownership of tens of thousands of properties sold off in 1996
Campaigners and lawyers expect greater scrutiny of larger projects after government tripled value of official benchmark
Despite sales growth falling in the US and UK, an extra $3bn was invested into the sector in 2021
Increase driven by jump in infections among schoolchildren and then spreading to their parents
GDP rise of 6.9% exceeds expectations and cements best full-year gain since 1984 as pandemic recedes
Amateur investors have purchased US shares every day this year even as the market slides
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Sharply rising compensation costs leave profits at group’s investment bank short of forecasts
Passive funds still dominate but efforts to revive its actively managed funds are beginning to pay off
Cryptocurrency project winds down, marking social media giant’s retreat from dream of revolutionising finance
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Bola Ahmed Tinubu shaped the megacity but has been dogged by allegations of corruption
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Employers try to tackle skills shortages by using workplace training as a recruitment tool
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Jay Powell heightens market expectations for ‘aggressive’ action to tamp down on inflation
Robot slaves will have to compete with cheap human labour, not the other way around.