Global food makers, retailers remain in crisis mode

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By Padraic Halpin, Conor Humphries and Richa Naidu DUBLIN/LONDON (Reuters) - Global retailers and consumer goods makers remain in crisis…

UK inflation hits 40-year record, highest in G7

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Spain readies new tax on electric utilities’ profits

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London Stock Exchange pours cold water on merging listing segments

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Glimmers of hope as global trade talks stretch into final day

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Central banks opt for shock and awe to tame inflation

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U.K. and U.S. governments collaborate on prize challenges to accelerate development and adoption of privacy-enhancing technologies

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New study reveals the top European countries for new business entrepreneurs

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Nearly one million UK SMEs fail to access finance using traditional means of borrowing in the last year – could open banking hold the key to extra investment for small businesses?1

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