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How a Le Pen victory could unleash a tsunami of economic volatility

The prospect of Marine Le Pen winning the French elections has financial markets spooked. For good reason

27 April 2017
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Why Europe still needs cash

Yves Mersch cites new ECB research showing that the eurozone isn't ready – or willing – to abolish banknotes

26 April 2017
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The dangers of deferring Making Tax Digital

Dropping MTD from the Finance Bill without any information about timescales is adding to the climate of uncertainty, argues David Truman

26 April 2017
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Litigation risk to boom in 2017

Financial advisors must make sure their legal counsel is up to speed with the options available, says Matthew Amey

25 April 2017
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What impact will the election have on financial markets?

Edmund Parker asks whether the snap election is good news for the financial industry

25 April 2017
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Tax and the snap general election

Tax will be one of the major battlegrounds in run-up to the election, says George Bull

19 April 2017
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Capital keeps flowing into Latin America

José Antonio Ocampo describes how a crisis-stricken region has managed to avoid capital-flow disruptions

19 April 2017
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Macri's disappointing first year in Argentina

Without a substantial mid-course correction, Argentina will settle onto a destabilising debt path that leads nowhere good

19 April 2017
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How economics 101 could have prevented United's PR nightmare

Videos of a passenger being dragged off a plane have gone viral, creating a PR disaster that could have easily been avoided

12 April 2017
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The eurozone is still vulnerable

Benedicta Marzinotto proposes a solution to the perilous shortcomings of the authorities' response to the last crisis

11 April 2017

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