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In an exclusive FT interview, Germany’s chancellor says the bloc must be more competitive
The aggregate gains are distributed unevenly — witness how well the top 1 per cent have done
The ruler and most of the ruled know concrete reality of power trumps law-based state
Policymakers must address barriers to growth for challenger banks
The former vice-president’s record is woven into the tapestry of Nato and the old trade consensus
Addis has in the past rejected mediation, but the US has recently become involved
Governments should make companies more accountable for the AI they provide for the public sector
Ultra-low charges created an industry that hitched a lucrative free ride on the backs of stock pickers
The US downgrade of travel recommendations was a slap in the face for the green paradise
Relations remain in a worse state than when Donald Trump took office
The protesters struggling for greater freedom and a decent livelihood are gambling with their lives
Propping up a struggling airline is not the way to safeguard routes
How the global financial crisis, the rise of China and the tech revolution have transformed our lives
How good does the distributed dream-ledger taste??
Instead of becoming a global fashion powerhouse, group lacks enough cash to cover liabilities
What you say on twitter could end up used by brands to influence what people buy
Proponents of wealth taxes and the Green New Deal are relying on conflicting theories
The US president has made little attempt to hide his respect for strongman leaders
To get out of deadlock, euro members should compromise over ‘safe portfolio’ solution
If Japan’s largest pension fund wants to lead on stewardship, it needs to pick better battles.
Apparently price discovery is bad, unless you’re investing in companies that facilitate it.
‘Orwell had me convinced that clear speech was an auxiliary to truth, until Trump came along’
The newly self employed have a lot to learn about saving for retirement
Shareholders are revelling in bumper payouts, but prices could fade down the track
We know from experience that liquidity-fuelled asset markets usually end badly
Flight of ex-Nissan boss robs prosecutors of chance to subject their case to global scrutiny
Bank’s soon-to-be-unveiled financial targets should serve as a reality check for investors
Dutch group’s stonking share price performance looks justified
Stock is at a record high, up 47 per cent over the past year
Oil explorer has little chance of transformational transaction at good price
Facebook’s Libra was a wake-up call for central bankers, who are now adapting to a new digital reality
Chinese group’s suppliers will be biggest casualties of expanded action by Washington
Europeans forced to raise pressure on Iran despite Donald Trump’s snub
Too wide a gap between top and bottom undermines trust in the system
There is a broader message in central banks’ differences on greening the economy.?
Roberto, a soup; nomic-nomics; a warning from Yamaha; America’s favourite poison; and more.