from Breakingviews:

Miners’ dividends are a fragile commodity

August 25, 2015

The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist.  The opinions expressed are his own.

from Breakingviews:

Glaxo sale comes with cheeky earnings side effect

August 21, 2015

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from The Great Debate:

Great empires have ended with a song

By John Lloyd
August 14, 2015

Britain's Queen Elizabeth (C) reacts as she arrives in the parade ring at Ascot racecourse on day one of the Royal Ascot horse racing festival, in Ascot in southern England June 16, 2015. REUTERS/Toby Melville

Britain's Queen Elizabeth (C) reacts as she arrives in the parade ring at Ascot racecourse on day one of the Royal Ascot horse racing festival, in Ascot in southern England June 16, 2015. REUTERS/Toby Melville

from Breakingviews:

Edward Hadas: Tom Hayes had the wrong standards

By Edward Hadas
August 12, 2015

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from Edward Hadas:

Tom Hayes had the wrong standards

By Edward Hadas
August 12, 2015

The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

from Breakingviews:

Zurich can justify a swoop on RSA

August 6, 2015

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from Breakingviews:

Best chapter in Pearson breakup story yet to come

August 5, 2015

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from Breakingviews:

StanChart hired gun Promontory shoots self in foot

August 3, 2015

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from Breakingviews:

Timing looks right for RBS state selldown

August 3, 2015

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from Edward Hadas:

Nikkei joins demographic denial cult

By Edward Hadas
July 29, 2015

Why did Nikkei buy the Financial Times? As my colleague Rob Cox points out, the best explanation is demographic. Thanks to minimal immigration and a small number of children, the population of the Japanese group’s home market is shrinking by about 30 percent each generation. Many companies that want to grow – as shareholders and managers generally expect big firms to do – have to look abroad for expansion.