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China sends a message with Australian crackdown

The author is a senior fellow with the Lowy Institute For a glimpse of the future in a world dominated by China, a good starting point is Australia. Beijing’s embassy in Canberra last week handed the local media a short document detailing 14 grievances that China says are the cause of its …

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Five predictions for investors over the next 10 years

Adrian Lowcock, head of personal investing at Willis Owen, outlines the big themes that he thinks will play out for investors in the future.  ‘We overestimate the change that will occur in the next two years and underestimate the change that will occur in the next 10 years.’ In the …

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‘Mass antibody tests will give us invaluable information about

After having a Covid antibody test in July following my Covid illness at the ­beginning of February, I was ­surprised to find I had antibodies six months after my infection. No one knows how long Covid ­antibodies last, so in September I had a repeat test. I still had antibodies. …

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PensionBee launching fossil fuel-free pension

Online pension provider PensionBee is launching a fossil fuel-free pension, which it claims is the first mainstream product of its type.  The Fossil Fuel Free plan will exclude companies with oil, gas or coal reserves, as well as tobacco companies and manufacturers of controversial weapons. PensionBee has partnered with Legal …

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The Hut Group’s founder scoops record £840m bonus

The Hut Group’s founder has scooped a record £840m bonus following the company’s blockbuster stock market listing.  The Mail can reveal that Matt Moulding has netted the mammoth windfall – thought to be the biggest ever received by a chief executive of a UK company. It comes from a long-term …

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