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UK banks ‘have much to fear’: competition watchdog set to probe Lloyds, RBS, HSBC and Barclays
Barclays, RBS, HSBC and Lloyds may be forced to break up following a finance watchdog’s inquiry. The watchdog claims Britain's banking sector is characterized by anti-competitiveness and a failure to meet ordinary citizens and small business' needs.

18.07.2014 12:49

For Europe’s youth it’s just downward from here
Since the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the financial system we have witnessed youth protests and riots from Athens to London. The message is the same: There is no hope! There is no future!

17.07.2014 11:29

Russia and Latin America: Partners for years to come
The current visit of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin to Latin America will become a milestone in Russian-Latin American relations.

14.07.2014 09:34

‘World is still livable due to BRICS counterbalancing West’
The West is now starting to move to its final decay, with the Russia-China alliance becoming stronger, offering Latin America and other regions a multipolar model of the world, author and international consultant Adrian Salbuchi told RT.

14.07.2014 08:57

Royal Mail rip-off sale cost taxpayers £1bn
Taxpayers may have lost 1 billion pounds from the undervaluing of Royal Mail shares following October’s privatization, said a committee of MPs.

11.07.2014 09:06

China buys $22bn worth of US homes, leads global pack
Foreign buyers of US residential real estate surged 35 percent last year, with Chinese buyers, searching for moderately priced, safe investments in a sea of economic and political uncertainty, outspending the rest of the world.

09.07.2014 10:49

'US aims to thwart Chinese Silk Road project proclaiming its Asia pivot’
A Chinese idea of creating two New Silk Roads could be a big boom for a lot of people who live along the Silk Road route, and obviously all the countries at both ends of it, China expert Ann Lee told RT.

26.06.2014 09:59

EU surpasses US as world’s biggest agri-food exporter
The EU became the world's biggest exporter of agricultural foodstuffs in 2013. Goods worth $163 billion left the EU, beating the US figure of $156 billion. Sales were driven by record exports to China and other emerging markets.

24.06.2014 10:56

Russia-India reconnect: Making a new beginning
Russia and India have established a reconnect with each other at a time when a new government has taken charge in New Delhi.

21.06.2014 03:58

‘The truth is worse than we imagine’: One-quarter of public company deals involve insider trading
An award-winning new study claims that more than a quarter of all public company deals involve transactions that could be consider examples of insider trading.

17.06.2014 17:31

EU sanctions on Russia could push gas prices up 50% - World Bank
Russia and the EU would both suffer if sanctions escalate, energy markets the most, according to a World Bank report. The loss of the European market would cut Russian government revenue by 10 percent of GDP, and European gas prices would jump 50 percent.

11.06.2014 06:44

Lavrov: Russia won't sanction if Kiev signs EU deal
Russia doesn’t see any obstacles to Ukraine signing the economic part of the EU association agreement, said Russian FM Sergey Lavrov. He added that Moscow will not impose any sanctions and will return the trade regime with Kiev to ‘most-favored’ status.

10.06.2014 12:18

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