Chris Giles in London April 15, 2018 Print this page Momentum in the global economy has peaked and risks ranging from higher inflation to trade disputes and debt appear likely to taint prospects for 2018, according to the tracking index compiled by the Brookings Institution think-tank and the Financial Times. The latest update to the […]
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GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Dustin Poirier hobbled in on crutches after way-too-many kicks made it tough to bend his right leg. He had stitches in his face, may have broken his left hand. Poirier knew his fight with Justin Gaethje would be like this. He survived and won with a big left hand, moving a […]
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BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) The Latest on the NASCAR race at Bristol Motor Speedway (all times local): 1:55 p.m. The Cup Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway has begun and it took only three laps before the first wreck. Article continues below … Ross Chastain took the brunt of the damage, but the crash also resulted […]
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The future of finance is digital. Entrepreneurs are building new online banks, lenders, and payments companies that seek to improve customer experience and compete directly with incumbent brands. In China, WeChat Pay and Alipay have shown how thoroughly tech companies can revolutionise consumer finance. Just this week, it emerged that Alipay’s parent, Ant Financial, is […]
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12.00pm EDT12:00 Manchester United have made a half-time change, with Jesse Lingard coming on to replace all 10 outfield players. Share 11.59am EDT11:59 “If this game carries on in the same vein,” says Ryan, “this MBM could be up there with Jacob Steinberg’s fabled MBM of the FA Cup 5th round replay between Fulham and […]
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Pressure is building on the government to allow a parliamentary vote on Saturday’s military strikes on Syria, with Labour and the SNP demanding a full debate when the House of Commons returns on Monday. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn called for debate on a ‘War Measures Act’ that would limit the government’s power to take military […]
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Alistair Gray in New York April 15, 2018 Print this page US banks have finally reopened the lending taps to corporate America, expanding their loan books at the fastest pace since Donald Trump’s election resulted in a lengthy credit stagnation. While the industry data published on Friday reflect only one month of recovery, bankers said […]
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Cape Town – The Springbok Sevens team missed out on a podium finish at the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia and have now set their sights on the remaining two objectives they aim to achieve this season. That was the message from Blitzbok coach Neil Powell, after his team suffered two defeats in the […]
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In the end, the road to the “glue factory” that Martin Sorrell often joked was his ultimate destination was shorter and more slippery than he could have imagined. Less than two weeks after the surfacing of an investigation into allegations of personal misconduct (denied by Sir Martin), the advertising industry’s most tenacious, most outspoken and […]
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