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Contenders vie to be China’s next central bank governor

Zhou Xiaochuan set to stand down after 15 years at helm of People’s Bank of [...]

Weekend catchup — this week’s personal finance headlines

China stocks, IHT record, interest rates [...]

Ireland raises €3bn from Allied Irish Banks float

IPO marks a milestone in country’s recovery from financial [...]

Norway report calls for shake up of $955bn oil fund

Review into world’s largest SWF says it should not be managed by central [...]

Four flawed perceptions on Brexit and free movement

Understanding of the debate on labour and immigration is depressingly [...]

UK household inflation expectations steady despite BoE concerns

‘A euphoric mood’ – economists react to eurozone PMI

Eurozone economic activity enjoys best quarter in six years – IHS Markit

Growth in German business activity eases but remains strong

French Q1 growth figures upgraded (again)

Daily briefing: EU citizens’ rights, Republican healthcare bill, record-breaking sniper

Theresa May has outlined plans to guarantee the rights of 3m EU citizens living in Britain after [...]

Luxembourg’s asset managers prepare for competition from Asia

Brexit question marks hang over the world’s second-largest domicile of [...]

Japan manufacturing gauge heads lower in June

Exiting MPC member fires salvo at central bank’s decision making

Kristin Forbes claims staff are overworked and worry too much about bad [...]

Healthcare bill risks splitting Republicans

Senators’ attempt to overhaul Obama reform fails to satisfy critics in their own [...]

Eurozone consumer confidence strikes 16-year high

UK funds turn to short-term assets amid economic uncertainty

The ECB on inflation: it’s quite complicated

Brexit and monetary policy

Leaving the EU makes things even harder for the Bank of [...]

Investors eye 2018 UK rate hike after Haldane’s hawkish turn

S&P unconcerned by Malaysia election and corruption uncertainty

Taiwan, Philippine central banks keeps rates steady

Krone jumps as Norges Bank removes easing bias

Trump steels US for start of global trade war

US promises ‘bold’ protectionist action in name of national [...]

Poland scales back debt plans after tax crackdown

The government will cut its debt issuance after tax reforms generate more revenue than [...]

The Brexit vote and UK markets one year on

Markets face fresh political and economic uncertainty 12 months after the country’s vote to leave the [...]

New Zealand holds interest rate at historic low

Trump trade tsar warns against China ‘market economy’ status

Robert Lighthizer says a change in standing of country by WTO would be [...]

Daily briefing: Uber vacuum; Queen’s Speech; N Korea crony capitalism

Travis Kalanick’s exit has left largest private tech group missing its top three [...]

Pimco sees ‘substantial risk’ that Fed tightening is a ‘hawkish mistake’

Inevitable Chinese slowdown ‘a myth’

Asian countries have continued to grow rapidly at China’s current level of [...]

Fed policymaker defends rate rise decision

Philadelphia central bank president argues for push on balance sheet [...]

A little knowledge about London housing is a dangerous thing

Two pieces of research have been built on flimsy [...]

UK interest rates should rise this year, says Andy Haldane

Speech by BoE’s chief economist follows Carney saying policymakers should wait and [...]

Anatomy of a comeback: the EU’s resurgence in charts  

Rising optimism can be seen in labour markets and spending as well as opinion [...]

UK businesses maintain investment plans despite signs of slowdown

ECB to publish data on corporate bond holdings after criticism

Hawkish central bank policy talk puts investors on notice

Shift in low interest rate environment seen as being [...]

FT daily briefing: Barclays fraud charges, Ford picks China and Brexit dating scene

Former chief executive and other senior staff could face jail if found [...]

Chancellor seeks interim associate customs union

Philip Hammond looks to bridge gap between Brexit and free-trade [...]

Janet Yellen, and the Fed’s inflation target, should both stay

The bipartisan tradition and the 2 per cent target have served the US [...]

Dovish Carney drives pound to lowest since April

Beware the siren song of normalisation

Hawkish central banks may be running into self-inflicted [...]

Italy to cut spending by €62.5bn over two years

‘Strong and stable’ German economy to grow 2% next year – Ifo