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Stories Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Zoom, Dell, Urban Outfitters and more

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Stories Fed's Mester wants more progress on inflation before ending interest rate hikes

Cleveland Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester said Monday inflation will need to show more signs of progress before she's ready to stop advocating for interest rate...

Stories Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Disney, Carvana, Diamondback Energy and more

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Stories Sam Bankman-Fried tries to broker FTX bailout from his home in the Bahamas, despite being booted from the crypto company

Sam Bankman-Fried, CEO and Founder of FTX, walks near the U.S. Capitol, in Washington, D.C., September 15, 2022. Graeme Sloan | Sipa via AP Images NASSAU, Bahamas — Despite being...

Stories Collapsed crypto exchange FTX owes top 50 creditors over $3 billion, new filing says

The collapse of FTX has sent shockwaves through the cryptocurrency industry. The price of bitcoin and other major digital coins have fallen sharply as problems at FTX emerged. Jakub...

Stories Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket: Walt Disney, Carvana, Coinbase and more

Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: Walt Disney (DIS) – Walt Disney rallied 8.8% in premarket trading after the weekend announcement that...

Stories Tory anti-growth forces stand in way of a growth strategy

This article is an on-site version of our Inside Politics newsletter. Sign up here to get the newsletter sent straight to your inbox every weekday. Good morning. The good news, if you’re...

Stories China’s great debt-for-equity swap

Meyrick Chapman is the principal of Hedge Analytics and a former portfolio manager at Elliott Management. The Federal Reserve is causing a fine mess in China. Driven by the rapid rise in US...

Stories Rainbow armband plan unravels after threat from Fifa

A bid by European teams to promote inclusion during the World Cup collapsed on Monday, after the Netherlands, England and Wales said threats from Fifa had forced them to abandon plans to wear...

Stories Personal inflation calculator: what is your inflation rate?

SOURCES This calculator currently includes data for the UK, US and Japan using the following sources: UK Office for National Statistics US Bureau for Labour Statistics...

Stories Hong Kong leader tests positive for Covid after meeting Xi Jinping

Hong Kong’s chief executive has tested positive for Covid-19 just days after interacting with his boss, President Xi Jinping of China, at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in Bangkok....

Stories An actual ESG success story?

Around here we’ve been sceptical of the asset management craze for hot air ESG, and intrigued (though not entirely convinced) by the “ common ownership ” theory that big broad investors could...

Stories EU faltering in international talks against fossil fuels

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Stories The Gulf is partying while it can

The writer is chair of Rockefeller International If you want to escape the global gloom, just take a flight from its epicentre, London, to any leading capital of the Gulf, the only region in...

Stories Biden’s antitrust adviser warns of ‘profusion of junk fees’ in US economy

Joe Biden’s antitrust adviser has warned of a “profusion of junk fees” in the US economy, as he pushes to expand the war on hidden costs to include those affecting investors in the securities...

Stories US retailers face first real-terms fall in sales since financial crisis

US retailers are facing their first real-terms fall in revenues since the global financial crisis this holiday season, even as resilient consumer spending poses challenges to officials seeking...

Stories Tesla supplier warns of graphite supply risk in ‘opaque’ market

Western supply of graphite will be constrained in the coming decade by the “opaque” market for the key battery material, the world’s largest natural graphite producer outside China has warned....

Stories ‘Ordinary Germans are paying’: anti-war protests stretch across central Europe

Were it not for the banners, it could have been a crowd gathering for an early opening of Leipzig’s Christmas market. Then came the speeches. “Please do not provoke the police and note that...

Stories Greener getaways from London: The Fox at Oddington, Gloucestershire

This article is part of a guide to London from FT Globetrotter It is a clear autumn evening in Oddington. The narrow road running through the Cotswolds village is flanked by honeyed...

Stories Why escalating protests in Iran have yet to bring its economy to a halt

As pro-democracy protests gained ground in Iran in recent months, the managers of a small clothing shop shut its doors in anticipation of general strikes in support of the demonstrations. But,...