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UK’s Divorce Settlement With EU In Dissaray

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The UK government has insisted it will pay “no more than it needs to” in its divorce settlement with the EU, playing down a...

As oil falls Asia shares pare gains on caution

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Asia stocks reversed early gains on Tuesday, with traders sidelined ahead of U.S. inflation data and a European monetary policy meeting this week while...
global trade

Global Trade is Not the Same Anymore: How New Trends and Demands Changed the...

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Today, both the global trade and cross-border payment landscape is at the center of several trends. Technology innovation, greater competition, changing customer demands, the...
hong kong

The Imminent Tough Times for Hong Kong’s Financial Sector

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After the implementation of the Hong Kong National Security Law, the geopolitical game between China and the Western countries led by the United States...
Tax Tech

The Future Role Of Technology In Tax Compliance And Reporting

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Over the last few years, there has been an increased use of technology by the tax authorities and taxpayers alike. This article points to...

Global Debt at Risk of “Qualitative Change”

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Global markets, spurred by policies, have emerged from the March panic during the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. For now, all major economies, including Europe and the United...

BP comes back into profit despite pandemic uncertainty

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BP BP.L swung back to a small profit in the third quarter but warned the pace of recovery from the pandemic remains uncertain and continued to...

Latin American borrowers double down on their efforts for sustainable finance

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Latin America’s largest corporate borrowers are doubling down on their commitment to sustainable finance, tying new bank loans to key performance indicators that ensure...
UK

Renewed Interest In British Equity funds

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Investors have put money into UK equities for the first time in almost three months for the week ending Wednesday, as tumult in Westminster...
High Earners

Sharp Increase in Number Of High Earners In EU Financial Institutions

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This week it has been revealed (and its the first data since the bonus-cap guidelines were introduced)  the disparity of contentious bonus-cap guidelines throughout the...

Why Central banks aren’t rescuing markets

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An unprecedented intervention by central banks has helped markets back away from a cliff edge. Now, as the economic pain from global shutdowns intensifies, policymakers are...

South Africa calls for $25bn financial stimulus through IMF

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South Africa’s president Cyril Ramaphosa unveiled fiscal spending worth a tenth of the country’s output, including a first ever request for an IMF loan,...

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