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Online food takeaway company produces Europe’s biggest deal in five years
After being set up 5 years ago, Municipal Bond Agency is set for its first issuance
Banks have until September to stop issuing cash products linked to sterling benchmark
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UK university assesses demand for reopening of ‘century bond’ in issuance race
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Anticipated slow pace of issuance for the year heightens demand
Chief executive Larry Fink warns of risks posed to markets by climate change
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US group acts after prices for the fuel slide to lowest levels in a generation
Some issuers offshore and on the mainland say new requirements are a waste of time
Lack of state support sets scene for tough talks over national debt
Brent rises almost one-fifth from December low to a $70-a-barrel high last week
Rome wants a ‘package deal’ that includes common deposit insurance scheme
Focus on giving clients what they want will sort investment industry winners from losers
Systemic flaws that helped stoke the financial crisis threaten to wreak havoc again
Policymakers fret about soaring debt after companies issue more than $2.5tn in 2019