Tim Wallace

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Tim Wallace is a former City A.M. reporter.

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CHINA’S currency is at last starting to make waves in international trade, after years trailing behind the country’s economy [...]

28 May
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BANKS and brokers could face a new wave of costs related to payment protection insurance (PPI) and other products sold to customers, [...]

28 May
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The first trial of a trader accused of fraudulently attempting to manipulate key interest rate benchmark Libor began in Southwark [...]

27 May
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The Bank of England will not back down on tough regulation, top official and ex-Barclays boss Martin Taylor said in a speech [...]

27 May
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RETAIL sales are picking up sharply, a study from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) showed yesterday, with firms’ [...]

27 May
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China's government is being urged to liberalise more of its economy, and let markets operate more freely in its finance sectors.

27 May
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HOUSEHOLD budgets received another boost from falling prices last month, as food, drink, energy and travel costs all fell, according [...]

27 May
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GROWING job security, improving personal finances and increased faith in the economic recovery have pushed consumer confidence [...]

27 May
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Former trader Tom Hayes was fired in 2010, four years after he started attempting to manipulate Libor, according to the prosecution’s [...]

27 May
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Politicians have been screaming for blood over the Libor scandal for years, as fines and firing have not sated their anger with [...]

27 May
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ECONOMIC growth numbers are expected to be upgraded this week, and increasing business investment is set to boost GDP across [...]

26 May
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Hiring in the City dipped in the run-up to the General Election, but has rebounded on the Conservatives’ victory, recruitment [...]

26 May
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SMALL businesses are increasingly confident in the state of the UK economy, according to a study out yesterday from insurance [...]

26 May
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Scandal-hit lender the Vatican Bank yesterday reported surging profits for 2014, as its leaders continue to try to turn the troubled [...]

26 May
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Printing money can cause turbulence in financial markets, and could cause wealth inequalities to rise, European Central Bank [...]

15 May
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