Violence against women sparks protests – from UK Sarah Everard vigil to March4Justice in Australia

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UK increases nuclear warhead stockpile by 40%

Boris Johnson on Tuesday launched a comprehensive review of UK foreign policy after Brexit, including a controversial plan for a 40% increase in the number of Trident nuclear warheads Britain…

With checks in the mail, Wall Street wonders: is there a “stimmy” rally in the works?

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Greensill funded Gupta based on bills from ‘friends of Sanjeev’

Greensill Capital provided funding to Sanjeev Gupta’s business empire based on invoices from ostensibly independent companies with ties to the steel tycoon, raising new questions about the quality of collateral…

Credit Suisse warns of Greensill collapse

Credit Suisse has warned it could face a charge stemming from the collapse of supply chain finance firm Greensill Capital. The Swiss bank was quick to assess the extent of…

Liquidation of treasury bills in the U.S. corporate bond market

The fierce liquidation of U.S. government debt markets has spilled over into corporate bonds, raising corporate borrowing costs at a time when the economy is still recovering from the pandemic…

US pushes for power-sharing deal with Taliban in Afghanistan

As Joe Biden seeks to end America’s longest war, a longtime Republican leads the President’s efforts to lead a peace settlement in Afghanistan that would put the Taliban in government.…

Beware of the economic gap: Europe and the United States are moving further and further apart

From the start, the Coronavirus pandemic inflicted deeper economic scars on Europe than on the United States. Now, their responses to the crisis mean that the transatlantic economies are on…

Brazil to appoint new health minister as second wave of Covid intensifies

Brazil is due to replace its Minister of Health for the third time since the start of the coronavirus crisis as Latin America’s largest nation struggles to contain a growing…

Business concerns escalate over China’s tightening grip on Hong Kong

For businesses and investors in Hong Kong, how much is too much? First there was a extradition bill which, if passed as planned in 2019, would have allowed Hong Kong…