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Sharp fall in wind and solar costs has made renewables cheaper than coal and gas
US stocks platform cuts fees from $4.95 to $0, causing shares to drop across the sector
Lenders hoping to avoid enforced losses may be heading for disappointment
Donor to PM’s leadership campaign stands to gain if pound falls in the event of no-deal
Shares skid as RBI assures depositors that country’s banking is ‘safe and stable’
With stocks running low, it is difficult to see where further supplies will come from
Yellow metal provides a useful indication of economic expectations
Differing views over future uptake of battery-run cars
Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
Including Rugby World Cup spending that could offset tax hit
Top trading platforms suffer share price slump in escalating fee battle
Europe’s €STR rate part of global drive to achieve more reliable pricing in capital markets
Miner says market to?“grow exponentially” due to renewables technologies
Fund management veteran will not seek re-election as vice-chair in May
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Alphaville takes its first look at the Luxembourg-domiciled seller of technological solutions.
Machine learning will implement quant analysis to find the right stocks
Property company has pulled plans to proceed with an initial public offering
Company rejects claims backers including Visa and Mastercard are reconsidering involvement
Performance turnround as tech stocks reverse course
Report says cuts greatest in back offices, branches and call centres
Investors should insist the next revolution brings fintech valuations solidly back? to earth
No one seemed to question whether the interests of banks were really aligned with those of start-ups
Key to the tech company’s rude health post-IPO are the analytics industry it operates in and the promise of cloud-based businesses
Airlines have priced in a European recession that is unlikely to happen, says Merrill Lynch
Ay, ay, a scratch, a scratch.
FT Alphaville analysis shows several staff members sold shares during 2018.
Breakdown in overnight lending exacerbated by banks’ preference for reserves
The Tories; Daimler ditches ICE; European banking; red meat is good and much more...