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Fed close to pulling the trigger on June rate rise

    Fed close to pulling the trigger on June rate rise

The Federal Reserve signalled that it is close to pulling the trigger on another rise in short-term interest rates and is preparing to begin paring back its multi-trillion dollar asset

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ECB plays down Brexit threat to eurozone economy

    ECB plays down Brexit threat to eurozone economy

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Australia warned of visa reform cost in global talent war

    Australia warned of visa reform cost in global talent war

When Australia’s A$49bn (US$36.6bn) plan to build a high-speed internet network risked going awry in late 2013, then communications minister Malcolm Turnbull appointed an American as head of the National

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Car production driven lower by Easter break and strikes

    Car production driven lower by Easter break and strikes

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VMwareVoice: How To Plan For IoT Success: Strategy And Recommendations

    VMwareVoice: How To Plan For IoT Success: Strategy And Recommendations

The Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to deliver substantial economic and operational value to almost every business process in every industry. As a matter of fact, McKinsey estimates IoT

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Daily briefing: Manchester-Libya links; Fed rates; India’s ascent

Sign up to receive FirstFT by email here Police believe Salman Abedi, the Manchester suicide bomber who killed 22 people at a Monday night concert, was part of a larger terrorist network,

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City chiefs resist Tories’ anti-business sentiment

  City chiefs resist Tories’ anti-business sentiment

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US steel industry says cheap imports threaten national security

  US steel industry says cheap imports threaten national security

The US steel industry is pushing the Trump administration to take a sweeping view of what constitutes national security, as

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Acacia Mining shares plunge as Tanzania keeps ban on gold exports

  Acacia Mining shares plunge as Tanzania keeps ban on gold exports

Shares in Tanzania-focused gold miner Acacia Mining fell 30 per cent on Wednesday after the country accused it of under-reporting

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BoE’s taste for transparency now includes Carney’s yoghurt intake

  BoE’s taste for transparency now includes Carney’s yoghurt intake

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Guest post: Why IEA scenarios should be treated with extreme caution

  Guest post: Why IEA scenarios should be treated with extreme caution

From Kate Mackenzie, former Alphavillain and current think-tanker at The Climate Institute. Whenever anyone, anywhere, talks or writes about what

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Brexit’s sobering effect on wine

  Brexit’s sobering effect on wine

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Trump’s budget puffery

  Trump’s budget puffery

Serious people should hesitate before commenting on Donald Trump administration’s new budget proposal. One reason, of course, is that it

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Shaftesbury profits jump, supported by robust West End shopping

  Shaftesbury profits jump, supported by robust West End shopping

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