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Workers assemble pens at the A.W. Faber-Castell (Guangzhou) Stationery Co. factory in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, China. Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg

Activity in China’s factory sector expanded in June for the first time in six months as new orders surged, a preliminary HSBC survey showed today, off(...)

Ryanair  chief financial officer Howard Millar: “This short-term thing happens all the time. It was Ukraine, now it’s Iraq, it will be something else.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

European airline shares have fallen sharply as growing violence in Iraq marks the end of an unprecedented period of low volatility in oil prices. Bren(...)

Lloyds was ordered to sell the 631 TSB branches by European regulators by the end of 2015 as a condition of its state  bailout. Photograph: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg

Shares in TSB rose sharply following its debut on the London stock market after Lloyds Banking Group sold more of the offshoot business than originall(...)

Chinese premier Li Keqiang stressed that Beijing would not resort to “strong stimulus” to meet growth targets but would  rely on smart and targeted measures

Chinese premier Li Keqiang said on Wednesday that China’s economy would not suffer a hard landing and would continue to grow at a medium to high pace (...)

Martin Kaymer  reacts as he misses a birdie putt on the 17th hole during the second round of the US Open Championship at  Pinehurst, North Carolina. Photo: Mike Segar/Reuters

On the range before his second round in this 114th edition of the US Open, Martin Kaymer sported the gadget which has made him and nowadays defines hi(...)

London mayor Boris Johnson: always defended  Barclays bicycle sponsorship deal. Photograph: Ben A Pruchnie/Getty Images

The distinctive blue “Boris Bikes” that dart around London’s roads, ridden with varying degrees of competence by tourists and locals alike, will be(...)

Mary Wilson, presenter of RTE’s ‘Drivetime’. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

RTÉ should reject “aggressive” Danske Bank as the sponsors of Radio 1’s Drivetime show, independent TD Mattie McGrath insisted this week, citing the b(...)

We need a vision for banking that ensures the events that led up to the bailout don’t happen again.

While we slowly gear up for a banking inquiry early next year by members of the Oireachtas to investigate the events that led to the collapse of the f(...)

Joaquin Almunia, competition commissioner for the European Union (EU). Regulators have yet to decide on the next step of an ongoing investigation into suspected rigging and collusion in the trillion-dollar foreign exchange market, the world’s biggest marketplace. Photograph: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

European Union antitrust regulators have charged Europe’s biggest bank HSBC, US peer JPMorgan and France’s Credit Agricole with rigging financial benc(...)

Europe has been fashionable with investors for some time, with the latest Merrill Lynch fund manager survey showing that a net 36 per cent are overwei(...)

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