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UK Inflation Rate Unexpectedly Accelerates

The figures may raise questions about how quickly inflation will return to target.

Opinion

Chris Hughes

Danske’s $234 Billion Tale of ‘Who Knew What?’

When ignorance is the best defense, you have to wonder why a CEO would want to ask questions.

Mark Gilbert

The Drip, Drip, Drip of Funds Fleeing Brexit Britain

The biggest danger to London as a financial center is erosion, not a flash outpour. 

Andrea Felsted

Tesco Finally Wakes Up and Smells the Discounting

But its new Jack’s division risks cannibalizing sales at the parent.

Ferdinando Giugliano

Three More Reasons to Worry About Italy

It’s not all about Tria’s budget. There are still concerns about the coalition’s stability, the business environment and the independence of institutions. 

Therese Raphael

The U.K. Still Needs Its Foreign Baristas After Brexit

Britain has a chance to fix its immigration policy, but that shouldn’t mean closing the door to low-skilled workers.

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