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Finance When it comes to which currency a potentially independent Scotland will use, an indecisive Alex Salmond is stuck between a rock and a hard place. Call it euro, call it sterling, it may be better to call the whole thing off

No euro, no sterling – will currency be the straw to break Salmond’s back?

When it comes to which currency a potentially independent Scotland will use, an indecisive Alex Salmond is stuck between a rock and a hard place. Call it euro, call it sterling, it may be better to call the whole thing off

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Finance Regulations continue to cast a shadow over markets, adding cost to trade and investment. Companies should seek advice

Sharing the regulatory burden with Commerzbank

Regulations continue to cast a shadow over markets, adding cost to trade and investment. Companies should seek advice

By: Penny Tunbridge, Head of Market Services, Commerzbank
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Finance As Europe’s would-be growth continues to drown in austerity, it’s time for leaders to stop making cuts and start investing – before it’s too late, writes Nash Riggins

Putting out fire with gasoline

As Europe’s would-be growth continues to drown in austerity, it’s time for leaders to stop making cuts and start investing – before it’s too late, writes Nash Riggins

By: Nash Riggins
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Finance The EU’s proposed cap on bonuses for the banking industry will do serious harm to its ability to compete in the global market. There are now suggestions that it may be scrapped altogether

Scrap the bonus cap

The EU’s proposed cap on bonuses for the banking industry will do serious harm to its ability to compete in the global market. There are now suggestions that it may be scrapped altogether

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Business & Management Now Europe’s economic powerhouse is showing signs of a slowdown, there may be worrying repercussions for the EU

Germany in the stocks

Now Europe’s economic powerhouse is showing signs of a slowdown, there may be worrying repercussions for the EU

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Finance Kevin Parker on how professional services firms can avoid being treated like ‘banks’ by their customers

Keeping the cash flowing

Kevin Parker on how professional services firms can avoid being treated like ‘banks’ by their customers

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Finance After putting one of the worst financial years behind us it would be nice to say that 2012 looks like being an easier ride; unfortunately, that is not going to be the case, as Nouriel Roubini explains

Fragile and unbalanced in 2012

After putting one of the worst financial years behind us it would be nice to say that 2012 looks like being an easier ride; unfortunately, that is not going to be the case, as Nouriel Roubini explains

Finance As hundreds-of-thousands of protesters continue to descend on Moscow over alleged election fraud, Sergei Guriev and Aleh Tsyvinski ask how long the Russian government can treat its people with apathy

Russia’s inevitable democratisation

As hundreds-of-thousands of protesters continue to descend on Moscow over alleged election fraud, Sergei Guriev and Aleh Tsyvinski ask how long the Russian government can treat its people with apathy

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Finance Benjamin Franklin said: “We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately.” These words seem more profound now than ever before

An insufferable question: To bail or not to bail?

Benjamin Franklin said: “We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately.” These words seem more profound now than ever before

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