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Markets are going round Cape Horn
By Robert Sutherland Smith - 28 June 9:14

What will happen now that QE is starting to taper?

New Statesman
David Cameron hasn't spoken about climate change for three years. Time is running out
By Luciana Berger - 28 June 9:06

It’s time the Prime Minister broke his silence and did something before it’s too late, writes Luciana Berger MP.

New Statesman
Who's been swimming naked?
By Nick Beecroft - 27 June 17:57

It's hedge funds.

UBS bites the dust in India
By Meghna Mukerjee - 27 June 11:28

Just like all the other big banks.

Debenhams' flat results are a reflection of the times
By Neil Saunders - 27 June 9:38

Debenhams posts total sales increase of 1 per cent with flat LFL sales.

It's not surprising that interest rates might finally be on their way up
By Andrew Amoils - 26 June 16:22

Carney's warning not all that shocking.

New Statesman
How Google is changing small town America
By Julian Turner. - 26 June 9:53

An injection of renewable power.

Sheikh Tamim, and the UK's dwindling power in Qatar
By Oliver Williams - 25 June 17:11

The new Emir of Qatar is the latest Middle Eastern monarch from Sandhurst or Oxbridge.

Crossrail prepares for renationalisation (by other countries)
By Alex Hern - 25 June 11:55

Over half of the bidders to run the new railway are foreign nationalised rail firms.

New Statesman
The Xbox One was never going to save videogames from themselves
By Alex Hern - 24 June 16:15

If anything, it was putting off the difficult decisions still further.

Hester's successor: the runners and riders emerge
By Douglas Blakey - 24 June 15:02

With seven figure salary, job hardly a "thankless task".

A woman cycles past the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland
The central bankers' central bank: a new banking crisis?
By Alex Hern - 24 June 10:33

But should the BIS be listened to at all?

“There is simply nothing to commend this outcome"
By Helen Roxburgh - 24 June 10:29

Business quote of the day.

Sterling set to strengthen
By Nick Beecroft - 21 June 12:14

A string of stronger than expected data.

New Statesman
Do you know who you're dealing with when you move house?
By Mark Walley - 21 June 11:50

Time to look again at the way homes are bought, sold and let.

All this swap and change is bad for SMEs
By Richard Cree - 21 June 11:23

SMEs face uncertainty.

Ed Miliband: "a thriving political culture and a thriving New Statesman go together"
By Dominic Ponsford - 21 June 9:59

Labour leader at the Statesman's centenary party.

RBS is in the doghouse again
By Billy Bambrough - 20 June 15:27

Needs to hold £13.6bn cash.

Why is science doing so poorly in the fight against cancer?
By Michael Brooks - 20 June 11:07

We all know that doing the same thing over and over again and expecting the outcome to change is a mark of insanity. It's time for some fresh ideas on cancer research.

New Statesman
Sky "unreasonable and discriminatory"
By Raymond Doherty - 20 June 9:49

Business quote of the day.

Mark Carney: The George Clooney of finance
By Alex Brummer - 20 June 9:04

The new governor of the Bank of England, the Canadian Mark Carney, has been hailed as the saviour of the British economy. But who is he – and is his record that good?

Will we see our bankers banged up?
By Oliver Williams - 19 June 13:18

Do not pass GO or collect £200,000.

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