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Coronavirus: air travel demand 'will fall for first time in 11 years'

The International Air Transport Association (Iata) warned falling passenger demand as a result of the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus will cost the airline industry $29.3bn (£23.7bn) in lost revenues this year.

21 Feb 2020 2m read

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EU faces tough battle over Big Tech's hold on data

European regulators have set their sights on cracking open the data silos that have helped to reinforce the power of the dominant tech companies.

21 Feb 2020 4m read

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Pearson 2019 profit constrained by textbook slump

The company warned in January that its 2020 profit would be lower than market expectations as textbook sales continued to slide. It also at that time downgraded its 2019 forecast for operating profit to about 590 million pounds.

21 Feb 2020 1m read

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Airbus investing up to 1bn euros in A220 passenger jet program this year

Production in the United States has become more important for Airbus since the U.S. government slapped tariffs on jets made in Europe for purchase by U.S. airlines following a years-long tariff dispute.

21 Feb 2020 1m read

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Donald Trump isn't safe yet, but the economy is working well for him

Opinion polls show that the ability to beat Trump ranks high among Democratic primary voters' top priorities.

21 Feb 2020 5m read

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Morgan Stanley agrees $13bn deal to acquire ETrade

Talks have been ongoing since December for what will be the biggest takeover by any global bank since the 2008 financial crisis, and Morgan Stanley's second biggest of all time.

21 Feb 2020 3m read

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'A few pounds' of compensation could trigger pension tax charge

The warning was issued by experts following new guidance this week from HM Revenue & Customs on how schemes should tackle the legal requirement to equalise pensions for millions of male and female members.

21 Feb 2020 2m read

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Why Sweden calls its negative rate experiment a success

Sweden's Riksbank, the world's oldest central bank, was the first to take its main repurchase rate negative in early 2015, to fend off deflation.

20 Feb 2020 10m read