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February 2018 articles

International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde has given her backing to plans to transform the eurozone's bailout fund [...]

17 February
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Germany's government is considering making public transport free in five major cities, to help cut pollution and reduce the number [...]

16 February
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Today marks Chinese New Year, a time for reflection, new beginnings and to focus on our hopes for the year ahead. [...]

16 February
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Coca-Cola Co's better-than-expected results this afternoon have bumped up shares by 1.54 per cent in pre-market trading, despite [...]

16 February
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The state-controlled bank of Russia, VTB, is vying to take over most of the country’s top discount grocery chain from its founder [...]

16 February
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Delivery broker ParcelHero has today demanded that Russia pay £213m for the damage suffered by TNT and Fedex in last year's [...]

16 February
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Should the Bank of England scrap its two per cent inflation target? [...]

16 February
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Jack Ma, the Alibaba founder and chief executive officer, is taking his acting debut worldwide today - the first day of the Chinese [...]

16 February
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Foreign secretary Boris Johnson has a flair for performance and a passion for philosophy. [...]

16 February
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The City of London Corporation is grappling with a decision over whether to strip Aung San Suu Kyi of the Freedom of the City, [...]

15 February
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Soros Fund Management, the firm run by billionaire hedgie manager George Soros, has finally sold its stake in Facebook after [...]

15 February
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France-headquartered aeroplane manufacturer Airbus has seen its share price take off this morning, as it revealed full-year [...]

15 February
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Could European political instability derail its economic recovery? It’s a question plenty of people in the markets are asking [...]

15 February
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South African President Jacob Zuma has finally quit his post. [...]

15 February
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FTSE 100-listed miner BHP Billiton has flagged a $1.8bn (£1.3bn) charge resulting from changes to corporate income tax in the [...]

13 February
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