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House prices post strongest annual growth in nearly three years
Osborne warns over 'badly-timed' Tobin tax
Bank of England says no to more QE
ECB holds interest rates on hopes of recovery
Brussels dismisses 'plainly wrong' IMF criticism over Greece
China-EU trade war a risk for UK growth
Hard-line ECB washes hands of jobless crisis, sees no 'Japanese' deflation
If the Labour Party won't spend, what's the point of it?
EUs unaccountability poses a danger to global economy
Roger Bootle looks to sell Capital Economics
Businesses with bright ideas 'more likely to face funding hurdles'
Saudi prince sues Forbes over size of fortune
Sir Mervyn King attacks EU financial transaction tax
Bank raises growth forecast in rare boost for economy
Heroic Spain is damned if it does, and damned if it doesn't
Foreign-born workers account for 50pc of rise in employment
Recovery hopes as Japan economy expands again
Exiting QE could 'undermine the recovery', IMF warns
One and two cent coins could disappear under EU plans
Japan storms back on weak yen but Asia trembles
There may be no halting this tax juggernaut
EU referendum row a 'distraction' from growth
Coalition minister claims he can see 'green shoots' of recovery
BoE's Weale douses Carney stimulus hopes
FTSE 100 suffers heaviest drop for a year
Worries the US was closer to bringing its economic stimulus measures to an end and concern over the state of the Chinese economy triggered a huge global sell-off today, with the FTSE 100 falling from its highest level in thirteen years.

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Central banks are stuck on a money printing treadmill
Wednesday nights panic in Tokyo, where the Nikkei dropped a stomach churning 7pc, kicking off a global chain-reaction that saw the FTSE fall 143.48 points, demonstrates just how difficult it is going to be for the worlds central banks to exit their loose money policies.

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Veteran fears 'beginning of the end' for Japan as bond market buckles
Global markets face a witches brew of new risks as Japans monetary adventure wobbles, China slows further and the US Fed prepares to shut the spigot of dollar liquidity.

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Europe needs Britain, says Mario Draghi
Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, has issued a plea for a more co-operative Britain to stay in Europe.

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Slash corporation tax to 10pc to beat avoidance, says MP
Corporation tax should be cut to 10pc and the tax code reformed to force foreign companies to contribute the same as British firms, according to a leading Tory MP.

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UK only two-thirds through debt recovery, says BoE's Paul Fisher
Britain has worked its way through just two-thirds of the debt overhang from the financial crisis and will not return to trend levels of growth until the deleveraging is almost complete, according to top Bank of England director Paul Fisher.

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Household spending helps Germany avoid recession
A rise in German consumer spending kept the country out of the jaws of recession, official data confirmed on Friday, though two closely watched surveys suggested activity in Europe's biggest economy had picked up.

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Mortgage lending falls for unprecedented fourth month
Mortgage lending fell for an unprecedented fourth month running in April and companies repaid £2bn, as Britains ongoing credit squeeze showed little sign of abating, figures from the British Bankers Association revealed.

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Japan plays down concerns bond price spike could hurt recovery
Japan's central bank governor has shrugged off concerns that the recent spike in bond prices could damage the countrys fledgling recovery.

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Outspoken hedge fund boss who made the journey from city to city
Hedge fund boss Andrew Law tells of betting against the yen, hopes of US growth and his work with a charity to provide speakers for state schools .

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Buy-to-let mortgages soar
Buy-to-let mortgage applications have soared by 26pc in the past year as landlords seek to take advantage of the perfect conditions created by low interest rates and state-subsidised lending.

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Landlords leap on cheap loans as first-time buyers falter
Buy-to-let mortgage applications have soared by 26pc in the past year as landlords seek to take advantage of the perfect conditions created by low interest rates and state-subsidised lending.

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Nikkei tumbles 3.2pc on Japanese recovery jitters
The Nikkei fell 3.2pc on Monday on a combination of concerns for Japanese investors, including minutes from a central bank meeting that showed high-level scepticism around the countrys plan to escape deflation.

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Economics profession booming in the gloom
Britains economic consultancies are thriving amid the gloom, with booming sales and the kind of export success that crisis-hit industries can only dream of achieving.

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RBS prepares succession plan for Hester
Royal Bank of Scotland is grooming Nathan Bostock, the state-backed lenders restructuring boss, for the top job as part of long-term plans to replace chief executive Stephen Hester.

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Britain puts brake on slide in European car sales
MPs consider inquiry into London listing rules
Markets are on a crazy, sugar-fuelled journey
Help to Buy puts mortgage market at risk, says King
Sir Mervyn King attacks Osborne plan to boost housing market
UK exporters look beyond sluggish EU
BIS and IMF attacks on QE 'deeply misguided'
Germans blame eurozone crisis for Eurovision flop
'Economic case to stay in EU is overwhelming'
Inflation 'may hamper Carney, warns ITEM Club
Japan upgrades growth outlook
Paul Tucker risks row over bank rescue plans
EU arms second front in China trade war with Huawei probe
Attacks on tax avoidance 'could damage Britain'
Japanese growth could be 'sugar high'
Britain is already in trouble without the IMF making it worse
UK exit from EU would be 'loss/loss scenario', warns Goldman Sachs
Demanding clients get small firms investing at last
UK inflation: sharp fall eases household squeeze
Nigel Farage's biggest problem is Ukip doesn't do details
What next for inflation and interest rates?
Europe faces lost decade, says Mark Carney
Stocks are booming, so beware the bust
HMRC 'errors' cost country £5bn, say MPs
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