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Germany’s Sept election and why it matters to markets

A momentous German election marking the end of Angela Merkel’s 16 years as chancellor is less than a month away and with no clear outcome in sight, markets may start

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Inflation vs jobs hole: A tradeoff the Fed still hopes to skirt

The Federal Reserve’s year-old promise to drive U.S. employment to new heights came at a wrenching moment last August, with 12 million jobs still missing due to the pandemic, inflation

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NFT sales surge as speculators pile in, sceptics see bubble

Non-fungible token (NFT) sales surged in August, according to the largest platform for the burgeoning digital asset class, as speculators bet growing interest across the art, sport and media worlds

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S.Korea parliament committee votes to curb Google, Apple commission dominance

A South Korean parliamentary committee voted on Wednesday to recommend amending a law, a key step toward banning Google and Apple from forcibly charging software developers commissions on in-app purchases,

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Pernod Ricard shares rise after ruling boosts profit before tax

Pernod Ricard (PERP.PA) shares opened higher on Wednesday after the French spirits group said it would book an additional $163 million in income before tax in its 2021 earnings. The

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Taiwan c.bank says economy not overheating, inflation stable

Taiwan’s economy is not overheating and inflation is well under control, central bank governor Yang Chin-long said on Wednesday, as he responded to lawmakers’ questions about prospects for an interest

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EY fined 3.5 mln stg for failings in Stagecoach audit

Britain’s accounting watchdog said on Wednesday it had fined EY 3.5 million pounds ($4.8 million) for failing to challenge financial statements in its audit of transport group Stagecoach Group’s (SGC.L)

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