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Meat companies are the worst at managing water risk – and...

The growing popularity of plant-based meat and other substitutes has spurred a rapid response from big meat companies, keen to capture a share of...

De La Rue shares plunge 20% as bank note printer issues...

Shares in beleaguered U.K. listed bank note printer De La Rue plunged more than 20% on Wednesday after it warned annual profits will be...

Blow to London IPOs as African Export-Import Bank puts float on...

The backlog of IPOs on the London Stock Exchange just got even longer.The African Export-Import Bank on Tuesday said it had put its planned...

Why the certainty of economic shock has replaced the political uncertainty...

"The interminably tedious EU-UK divorce process," as described by UBS analyst Paul Donovan, has been given a new deadline - "extension" in diplomatic lingo...

A bear-market catalyst is lying in wait for stocks, warns UBS

ByIf you'd listened to some statisticians you could have seen Monday's bullish session, and a fresh record for the S&P 500 , coming...

U.S. stocks are getting a run for the money from some...

ByPigs may not fly, but it appears as though the PIIGS are doing just that.I am referring to the countries in Europe whose...

AMD earnings: New chips may help AMD avoid the larger chip...

ByAdvanced Micro Devices Inc. will have a chance to showcase how its new smaller-architecture chip affected its business this week, hot on the...

Don’t cut rates! Weaken the dollar instead

Getty ImagesThe Federal Reserve is in danger of getting sucked into a foolish race to the bottom with the European Central Bank and...

How France gets away with breaking EU rules on its budget...

There are limits to French president Emmanuel Macron's reformist zeal. This is currently illustrated by the yearly replay of a routine as old as...

European stocks turn higher to end at new multi-month highs

ByEuropean stocks turned higher Friday to close at the highest level in 22 months, driven by reports of progress between the U.S. and...