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Equifax: credit due

FTC settlement shows data breaches will never again be just an IT ‘technical’ problem
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Hancock tries to ease anger at NHS pension tax trap

Health secretary’s widening of consultation on ‘tapered allowancepotentially’ branded ‘insufficient’
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Asahi/AB InBev: amber nectar, amber warning

Belgium-based brewer’s zeal for cost-cutting means there is little fat for Japanese buyer to trim
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Ted Baker/Ray Kelvin: clinging on

The founder’s centrality to business mean minorities are exposed to a buyout at a jumble sale price
FT.com - Published

Kenny Alexander: gambling kingpin with a ruthless streak

A knack for finding good bets and an audacious string of deals has put Kenny Alexander at the top of the gambling industry. Yet his fast and loose style is causing problems.  The post Kenny..
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Three income investments with downside protection

Richard Parfect, fund manager at Seneca Investment Managers, picks three of his favourite income investments. The post Three income investments with downside protection was first published on..
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Why value stocks struggle during technological revolutions

History shows that value stocks always struggle during technological shifts. But when’s the turnaround? The post Why value stocks struggle during technological revolutions was first published on..
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Oil tankers/Iran: dire straits

Ho-hum market reaction is not surprising given the Gulf’s falling share of seaborne crude
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China stocks/Star Market: astronomical

The real test for the exchange will be whether it can drag some top tech names on board
FT.com - Published

Why one of the world’s top hedge fund managers thinks it’s time to buy gold

Every now and again, markets undergo a “paradigm shift”. Hedge fund guru Ray Dalio thinks we’re near one now. And he’s buying gold. John Stepek explains why you should, too. The post Why one..
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Sonal Desai: the Federal reserve is too relaxed

The US central bank is being far too relaxed about the potential consequences of taking out an “insurance” interest-rate cut reckons Sonal Desai of Franklin Templeton. The post Sonal Desai: the..
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Chart of the week: sterling’s sea of troubles

Sterling slipped to a two-year low against the greenback this week, and remains around 12% below its pre-referendum level. The post Chart of the week: sterling’s sea of troubles was first..
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George Osborne’s pensions trickery has backfired in boardrooms

Tax reforms have made companies more likely to pay larger sums of cash in lieu of pensions
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Our experts can help YOU!

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Why do banks favour over 50s?

Like any business, banks and building societies want to appeal to their most profitable customers, which in many cases are those who are aged over 50, savings expert Peter Gerrard says. "These..
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China P2P/Ping An: end of the peer show

The sustainability of the sector’s business model is in question
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The three planks of Boris-onomics

Boris Johnson, our probable future PM, will have to act fast to put Britain back on its feet, say Matthew Lynn. The post The three planks of Boris-onomics was first published on MoneyWeek.
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China dining/Haidilao: spot the hotpot robots

Robots may dish up sweet desserts as well as higher profits in future
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StanChart considers asking Bill Winters to take pay cut

Bank’s largest shareholder pushes board to solve chief executive pension row
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US tech companies face a new tax on revenues

American technology companies make billions, yet pay pennies in tax. New levies in France and Britain seek to change that. But will they work as intended?  The post US tech companies face a new tax..
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Kent’s pension advisers criticised over role in Woodford saga 

Questions raised why council fund did not have a segregated mandate and pulled cash in one go
FT.com - Published

The charts that matter: the un-inverting of the yield curve

The US bond yield curve turned positive again at the tail end of this week. John Stepek looks at how it affects the charts that matter the most to the global economy. The post The charts that..
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WeWork/Adam Neumann: nice share cut

Shared office provider has an uphill struggle to convince the sceptics
FT.com - Published

RBS/NAB: Ross, heavy-duty boss

A new challenge ostensibly less tricky than the last
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Impact bonds: horns of plenty

Pay-for-performance clauses can cause more harm than good
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Best of Lex: your weekly round-up

AB InBev, Ei Group/UK pubs, City skyscrapers, AG Barr, Blackstone, Goldman, Citi, Rothschild
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Latest savings rates

Up-to-date deals from banks and building societies
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Latest National Savings & Investments rates

Current rates from the state-owned savings bank
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Microsoft: smile lines

What tech giant lacks in fashionable services it makes up for with scale
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Investors should have seen through Lendy’s 12% promise

The property peer-to-peer lender’s premise sounded too good to be true — and it was
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Currency Corner: what’s next for the euro?

Despite having only existed for 20 years, the euro is the world's second-most traded currency and the second-largest reserve currency. Dominic Frisby looks at its performance against the dollar and the..
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The tricks airlines use to avoid paying fair compensation

What you need to know to get your money back
Independent - Published

Why it's time to ditch your high street bank

Just make sure you jump the right way
Independent - Published

Podcast: inheritance tax, new rules for freelancers and investing in fine wine

FT Money writers discuss this week’s personal finance news
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Trump wants a weaker US dollar – so what can he do about it?

Donald Trump is a big fan of a weaker currency for America. John Stepek explains why, how he could target the US dollar, and what that would mean for investors. The post Trump wants a weaker US..
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Energy bills to soar by up to £400 for millions of households by September

Average increase will be £269 per affected household, but those supplied by iSupply, Ovo and Green Network Energy will see even greater hikes of £439, £367 and £342 respectively
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Share tips of the week

MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages. The post Share tips of the week was first published on MoneyWeek.
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GoPro Hero 7: fun with an action cam

The new GoPro Hero 7 Black improves on an already acclaimed product, says Matthew Partridge. The post GoPro Hero 7: fun with an action cam was first published on MoneyWeek.
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Slow travel: take your time and enjoy the ride

The “slow travel” movement urges us to ditch the tick-list of tourist hotspots and take it easy. The post Slow travel: take your time and enjoy the ride was first published on MoneyWeek.
MoneyWeek - Published

Houses for £300,000 or less

From a Grade II-listed townhouse in Dartmouth to an apartment overlooking the beach in Penzance, eight of the best houses for £300,00 or less. The post Houses for £300,000 or less was first..
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This incredible elixir is simply the best

*2016 Soul Growers El Mejor* This deliciously carnal creature boasts incredible intensity and fabulous, ululating tannins. The post This incredible elixir is simply the best was first published on..
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Life Two: What we used to call ‘retirement’

Are you ready — psychologically and financially — for the next episode?
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First job? Stand by for some harsh financial realities

Tax, pension, student loan, travel . . . the calls on your salary seem endless 
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Why every investor needs a few cockroaches in their portfolio

Dividend income from utilities can soften the pain of a bear market
FT.com - Published

‘There’s no rest for the gig-warriors!’

Listen in on the conversations of the characters who populate the workplace
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One in seven British adults admit to committing fraud

Millions think common frauds are 'reasonable'
Independent - Published

VW and Ford join forces to develop electric cars

Car giants VW and Ford are pooling their resources to focus on electric vehicles and driverless cars. What are the odds of success? Matthew Partridge reports. The post VW and Ford join forces to..
MoneyWeek - Published

Blackstone: dislocation oration

The massive pay-off from fundraising requires a downturn
FT.com - Published

AMLO’s mess in Mexico

The resignation of Mexico's finance minister has cast a shadow over Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), Mexico’s “leftist firebrand” leader. The post AMLO’s mess in Mexico was first..
MoneyWeek - Published

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