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Retail landlords are getting squeezed from both sides

The coronavirus lockdown is worsening what is already a prolonged crisis for many commercial landlords.
3 Apr 2020
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Alternative investments

How coronavirus is affecting the art market

The extraordinary boom in art fairs has suddenly fizzled out.
3 Apr 2020
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Global Economy

Don’t forget about consumer debt

It’s not just corporate debt that is out of control. Consumer debt is, too.
3 Apr 2020
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Emerging markets

India’s lockdown: high stakes for Narendra Modi

By putting 1.3 billion people on lockdown, India's PM, Narendra Modi, could either cement his reputation as a powerful, reforming leader, or trigger w…
3 Apr 2020
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US stockmarkets

US carmakers branch out to combat coronavirus

The industry has been co-opted to help combat Covid-19 by producing ventilators while its core business collapses.
2 Apr 2020
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Stockmarkets

Is the worst of the market rout over?

Have we seen the worst of the stockmarket crash or do equities have further to fall?
2 Apr 2020
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FCA proposes credit-card payment freeze and £500 overdraft for all

The Financial Conduct Authority has said that loan and credit card repayments could be frozen for three months, while those affected financially by th…
2 Apr 2020
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The messages written in coins

Centuries ago, coins were used to convey messages across borders, says Chris Carter. And as an exhibition in Abu Dhabi shows, they still speak to us c…
2 Apr 2020
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Economy

Australia’s economy is about to meet its delayed day of reckoning

Fallout from the coronavirus outbreak looks set to end Australia's record-breaking streak of 28 years without a recession.
27 Mar 2020
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UK Economy

The UK’s bailout of the self employed comes with a hidden catch

The chancellor’s £6.5bn bailout of the self employed is welcome. But it has hidden benefits for the taxman, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
27 Mar 2020
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UK stockmarkets

British stock valuations look “unequivocally appealing”

Those with a long-time horizon – and the stomach for a bumpy ride – will find much to interest them in British stocks.
27 Mar 2020
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UK stockmarkets

What next for Next’s dividend?

Retailer Next has announced that it will be closing all its shops for now. What does that mean for its dividend?
26 Mar 2020
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Stockmarkets

Will coronavirus cause the airline sector to crash?

The government has ruled out a bailout for the airline industry – for now. US carriers appear to be even more vulnerable to the downturn.
26 Mar 2020
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US Economy

Coronavirus: America's central bank "goes nuclear" as politicians act

The US Federal Reserve, America's central bank, signalled that it would do practically anything to end the turbulence and help the American economy.
26 Mar 2020
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Gold

Gold is hard to find right now – so should you be buying?

With demand through the roof and the physical metal hard to find, it's not the best time to buy gold. But right now, says Dominic Frisby, you want to …
25 Mar 2020
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Stockmarkets

The Federal Reserve goes all-out in the battle against coronavirus

In the biggest central bank intervention yet, the US Federal Reserve has come out all guns blazing. John Stepek looks at what it’s doing and how it’s …
24 Mar 2020
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Pensions

Tinkering with the pensions tapering system

The problems caused by the annual pension contribution allowance have been partially addressed, says David Prosser.
24 Mar 2020
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China’s economy to shrink for the first time since 1976

China may now be on course for its first quarterly contraction since 1976, with Goldman Sachs predicting a 9% plunge in first-quarter economic activit…
20 Mar 2020
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Mortgages

How Covid-19 could affect your mortgage

The Bank of England's cut in interest rates is good news for many mortgage holders.
20 Mar 2020
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Financial stimulus: monetary bazooka misses its target

Central bank action to prevent liquidity from drying up has failed to reverse the market rout.
20 Mar 2020
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Currencies

The euro: will the single currency survive the coronavirus?

The EU has failed to convince anyone that it has either the will or the tools to keep the eurozone together in the face of the coronavirus epidemic.
20 Mar 2020
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Corporate bonds

The world is drowning in corporate debt

The world’s $74trn “ocean of corporate debt” contains many hidden perils which could infect the wider financial market
20 Mar 2020