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Global food makers, retailers remain in crisis mode

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

3 days ago

UK inflation hits 40-year record, highest in G7

LONDON (Reuters) - Soaring food prices pushed British consumer price inflation to a 40-year high of 9.1% last month, the…

3 days ago

Spain readies new tax on electric utilities’ profits

MADRID (Reuters) -The Spanish government is readying a new tax on electricity utilities' profits, which have been boosted by energy…

4 days ago

London Stock Exchange pours cold water on merging listing segments

By Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) - Compressing Britain's two company listing segments to attract more tech firms could put an…

1 week ago

Glimmers of hope as global trade talks stretch into final day

By Emma Farge GENEVA (Reuters) -Negotiations at the World Trade Organization aimed at clinching deals on food security, fishing and…

1 week ago

Central banks opt for shock and awe to tame inflation

LONDON (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve has just delivered its biggest interest rate rise in over a quarter of a…

1 week ago

How will the ECB contain fragmentation risk in euro area bond markets?

By Yoruk Bahceli, Dhara Ranasinghe and Stefano Rebaudo LONDON (Reuters) - As the European Central Bank rushes to exit stimulus…

2 weeks ago

Back to the land: Lebanese family turns to farming to survive crises

By Maya Gebeily and Aziz Taher HOULA, Lebanon (Reuters) - In a remote village in southern Lebanon, Qassem Shreim crouched…

2 weeks ago

Britain to defy EU with ‘relatively trivial’ N.Ireland law

By Elizabeth Piper and Kate Holton LONDON (Reuters) - Britain published plans on Monday to override some of the post-Brexit…

2 weeks ago