Investors monitor stock market data at a securities brokerage house in Beijing, China, 28 August 2015

Mr Qi may require a massage, but China's growth figures don't

Investors in the Shanghai stock market have had a stressful week, but the country’s future is still bright

Wall Street’s Bull pulls the crowds, but investors should not confuse brains with a bull run

Investors can't go blaming China if they blow it all betting with bulls

US Outlook: The slowdown in China was bound to have some impact on markets inflated by local investors using credit cards to buy stocks

Sir Mike Rake

Sir Mike Rake's corporate progress keeps him spinning an awful lot of plates

Outlook: Pick a flotation candidate – any candidate – and you will find directors and owners having second thoughts

An investor reads a newspaper in front of an electronic board showing stock information at a brokerage house in Beijing, China. China's major stock indexes sank more than 6 percent in early trade on Tuesday, after a catastrophic Monday that saw Chinese exchanges suffer their biggest losses since the global financial crisis, destabilising financial markets around the world.

President Xi had too much riding on China’s stock market boom

The stock market falls raise the risk of significant problems within the financial system.

Paddy Power is well-known for eye-catching promotional stunts, such as this balloon at the Cheltenham Festival

In a crowded field, William Hill might not get a ride this time

Outlook: It isn’t hard to see Paddy Power and Betfair's investors are excited

Labour leadership contest: Curry becomes a hot topic on the campaign trail

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BHP Billiton

If you want to revel in BHP's share price, don't look beneath the surface

Outlook: If you have a pension or a tracker fund, or any investment with a link to the performance of the stock market, your fortunes will go hand in hand with those of BHP

The Chinese stock market has faced its own 'Black Monday'

This is what happens when humans are replaced by computers

Outlook: Increasingly the world's markets are governed not by human traders but by computers

The Rhine’s feudal lords built their castles with money extorted from the river’s users

It's time to lay siege to the robber barons of high finance

Economic View: Political debate about the economy and business would benefit if people focused less on the sums made by individuals and took more account of how they earned it

Laura Wade-Gery, the M&S executive in charge of the company's 870 UK stores and website, is going on maternity leave, the retailer announced today
Online gambling operator 888.com is an established, mainly casino game business
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Power and the glory? An artist’s impression of Hinkley Point C, which it is envisaged will start generating in 2026 and account for 7 per cent of British consumption
Environmentalists are far from alone in opposing an 'expensive mistake'
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Sir Mike Rake
James Moore, Outlook: Pick a flotation candidate – any candidate – and you will find directors and owners having second thoughts.
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Dave Lewis built a formidable reputation at Unilever, but some were concerned by his lack of retail experience
Alex Lawson looks at the changes Dave Lewis has made
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Two economists have come up with a formula to quantify the gender gap
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An investor reads a newspaper in front of an electronic board showing stock information at a brokerage house in Beijing, China. China's major stock indexes sank more than 6 percent in early trade on Tuesday, after a catastrophic Monday that saw Chinese exchanges suffer their biggest losses since the global financial crisis, destabilising financial markets around the world.
Satyajit Das, Das Capital: The ‘Chinese dream’ risks turning into a nightmare for its investors and its leaders.

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Paddy Power is well-known for eye-catching promotional stunts, such as this balloon at the Cheltenham Festival
Outlook: It isn’t hard to see Paddy Power and Betfair's investors are excited
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James Moore:

“Sell in May go away, buy again on St Leger Day” runs the old City saying. 

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Stonewall, which marches at London Pride, is working with firms in the professions to promote equality
Jo Bourke investigates 'prevalent' homophobic attitudes in the construction and property sectors
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Spokespeople for the companies involved, including BHP Billiton, stressed their political neutrality
James Moore, Outlook:

The sort of name recognition enjoyed by the likes of Tesco or Barclays is not something BHP Billiton is ever going to achieve.

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The Chinese stock market has faced its own 'Black Monday'
James Moore, Outlook:This is what happens when humans are replaced by computers.
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Everything you need to know about the global stock market meltdown and what it means
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Rupert Scofield, founder of microfinance institution Finca, shows Matthew Glynn how it has changed lives
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Laura Wade-Gery, the M&S executive in charge of the company's 870 UK stores and website, is going on maternity leave, the retailer announced today
James Ashton, My Week After her moment on the front pages, Laura Wade-Gery should be left to get on with it
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Online gambling operator 888.com is a client of XL Media, which specialises in driving internet users to its site
Jim Armitage, Outlook: The takeover battle for the Bwin.party online gambling company has had more twists than an all-night blackjack session.
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A file photograph showing a HSBC corporate logo outside a branch of the bank in central London, England, 09 February 2015
Ben Chu, Voices : Aristotle was not a fan of interest rates but the father of Western philosophy nevertheless might have been at home in modern Britain.
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Goldman Sachs Manhattan headquarters
Jim Armitage, Outlook: Next time there’s a financial meltdown, your money could be rescuing Goldman Sachs.
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The Bank of England
Jim Armitage, Outlook:The British economy remains basking in the glow of super-low inflation.
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The Bovis Homes building site in Cambourne Near Cambridge
Jim Armitage, Outlook: Bovis has confirmed it in black and white: Britain doesn’t have a hope of hitting the Government’s 200,000 annual housebuilding target. Ever.
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In the aftermath of share falls in the Chinese stock market, there is increased focus on the wider effects
Satyajit Das: In the aftermath of share falls in the Chinese stock market, there is increased focus on the wider effects.
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