Chinese corporate earnings reports are forecast to log poor performance and companies are set to downgrade outlooks, and policy makers walked away from Jackson Hole acknowledging they need to adjust to the changing global economy. Plus, the FT’s Jamie Smyth explains why Ireland is still in a good position for the life science industry boom despite a higher corporate tax.

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Chinese companies’ earnings to lay bare impact of economic slowdown

‘No playbook’: policymakers face up to changing global economy at Jackson Hole

‘Talent is key’: Ireland brushes off tax rise and prepares for next life sciences boom

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