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I wonder if you have finished making your summer holiday plans yet? If you have not you might want to get going – particularly if you think you might need a hire car. In the summ ...
Lawsuit of the week
A £1.25m castle in Scotland has gone up for sale through Strutt & Parker following the eviction of its former owners in a decades-long battle over an unpaid debt of £230, says Th ...
Metals wobble on slowdown fears
“There really is no pretence now that the Fed [hasn’t], in an act of penance for allowing inflation to get out of control, donned a horsehair shirt and is fully prepared to dri ...
Oil shortage starts to curb demand
“The oil price says a trans-Atlantic recession is almost nailed on,” says Russ Mould of AJ Bell. “Since 1970, the oil price has doubled year-on-year six times and on four of ...
Russia goes into default
Russia has defaulted on its debt for the first time since 1998. Sunday marked the end of a 30-day grace period for interest payments of $100m on two eurobonds. Russia says that it ...
Vietnam makes its mark
“‘Made in Vietnam’…is making its mark on the global stage”, says investment fund Vietnam Holding. “Manufacturers from all over the world are looking at Vietnam as part ...
“The cold reality is that globalisation purely for pursuing economic interests and commercial profits is deemed by some as outdated… On the one hand, the US will form an anti-C ...
Growing more from less land
After millennia of expanding agricultural land use, the amount of land that humans use to grow crops and raise livestock has peaked, says Hannah Ritchie for Our World in Data. Glob ...
Cashing in on Tencent
“Naspers has finally realised the value of simplicity” with its plan to sell down its vast stake in Tencent, says Ed Cropley on Breakingviews. The South African investment comp ...
Wise tumbles on earnings miss
Shares in money-transfer firm Wise fell 15% on Tuesday after disappointing full-year results, says Aisha Gani on Bloomberg. The company reported adjusted earnings before interest, ...
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