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Foreign Exchange
Chinese Yuan

China’s ‘one-off’ devaluation is quickly followed by another

A day after China announced a "one-off depreciation" of the yuan's value against the dollar, the People's Bank of China stunned the world’s financial markets on Wednesday by devaluing their currency for a second consecutive day.

Chancellor offers a fairer deal for savers and little impact on sterling markets, say analysts

Analysts from foreign exchange and currency providers and pension and asset management specialists saw encouraging signs in George Osborne’s Autumn Statement, but remained cautious about the recovery.
Vladimir Putin

A rough ride for the rouble, but Putin remains in the driving seat

Russia’s Central Bank remained mute on Tuesday over whether it had stepped in to prop up the rouble after a tumultuous 48 hours for the currency.
Economic Background
New houses in India

India’s residential sector poised for faster growth by Q4 2016

Ashwinder Raj Singh, CEO – Residential Services, JLL India writes that all indicators are towards a convincing revival of India's residential property market by the end of the year.
Christine Lagarde, IMF

IMF highlights global fears surrounding a Brexit vote

London's standing as a global financial centre could be eroded if there is a vote to leave the European Union in June's referendum, the IMF has warned in its latest review of the state of the UK economy.
UK houses

Buyer interest In UK property dips to eight-year low

The number of people trying to buy a home in the UK last month fell to its lowest level for nearly eight years, according to the latest survey by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
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UK House Prices

UK house prices fall in wake of stamp duty rise

Home prices in the UK fell 0.8 per cent in April following the introduction of a three per cent tax increase on second homes, including buy-to-let properties, according to the latest property report from Halifax.
EU to force multinationals to publish global tax affairs

EU to force multinationals to publish global tax affairs

Multinationals operating within the European Union will be forced to disclose details of their worldwide tax affairs under plans announced in Strasbourg on Tuesday.
Pfizer headquarters, New York

US tax changes put an end to Pfizer-Allergan deal

The world's biggest pharmaceutical merger – between Pfizer and Ireland's Allergan – was called off on Wednesday after the US Treasury announced new plans to stop so-called 'inversion' deals.
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