Why all eyes will be on US inflation data this week
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Nuclear power might never be popular – but now looks a good time to invest
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Nuclear power gets a very bad press, but it is the ultimate renewable energy source. Interest in it is perking up again, says John Stepek. Which means…
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Central banks are rushing to build digital currencies. What are they, and what do they mean for you?
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Central banks are rushing to build digital currencies. What are they, and what do they mean for you?

As bitcoin continues to soar in value, many of the world’s central banks are looking to emulate it by issuing their own digital currencies. But centra…
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International tax competition is under threat – which stocks are most vulnerable?

The idea of a global corporate tax regime is taking off, with the US proposing a sales tax on multinationals. John Stepek looks at which companies cou…
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Make sure you max out your pension contributions this year

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Will Britain’s first 40-year fixed-rate mortgage tempt buyers?

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