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La COP26 podría marcar un hito en la ecologización del sector financiero

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La reciente Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Cambio Climático (Cop26) en Glasgow fue, parece, un éxito histórico. Tenemos esto en una autoridad no menor que la del primer ministro del Reino Unido., Boris Johnson, quien resultó ser el m ...

Si Boris Johnson fuera una acción, inversores astutos buscarían descargar

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Una de las afirmaciones más famosas de John Maynard Keynes es que los mercados financieros están impulsados ​​por "espíritus animales".. Pero el razonamiento de Keynes es menos conocido. El peligro de los mercados financieros, argumentó, es que los comerciantes no son f ...

Benediction review – Terence Davies’ piercingly sad Siegfried Sassoon drama

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Terence Davies’s uncompromisingly sombre film about Siegfried Sassoon reminded me of how Enoch Powell, at the nadir of his political self-pity, would moan to anyone who would listen: “I wish I had been killed in the w...

Maybe Gladys Berejiklian wanted to provide hope but her message on easing NSW restrictions misled us

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If you find the daily 11am press conferences from Gladys Berejiklian frustrating, there’s a simple reason. After the headline numbers on cases and deaths, it’s practically a fact-free zone, with the next 45 minutes of...

Classical home listening: Isata Kanneh-Mason; Fretwork with Iestyn Davies; Mirga at the Proms

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With its brilliant fugue finale, Samuel Barber’s heavyweight yet economical Piano Sonata in E flat, En 26 provides a strong backbone to Summertime (Decca), Isata Kanneh-Mason’s second solo album. This beguiling recit...

Sunday with Alan Davies: ‘It’s very football-focused at the moment’

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What time are you up? At the same time as any other day because five-year-olds have an internal clock. If we’re lucky, he’ll sleep until seven. But we also got a puppy in January, and at about 6.30am she starts to let...

I busked to Norway’s midnight sun with a cello and a broken heart

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It was 10pm, time many people are thinking about bed, and I was pulling on hiking boots. On the other side of the metal walls of my yellow van was the island of Magerøya. I shouldered my backpack (peanuts, chocolate,...

Wales ‘in for a tough one’: what Christian Eriksen told Ben Davies

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Before Wales’ training session on a scorching hot morning at the Giulio Onesti complex in Rome, Ben Davies pulls up a pew guarded by the shade and talks through the minutes that felt like hours – when he learned of hi...

Punishing the young serves Johnson’s politics of nostalgia

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Boris Johnson’s government has made some controversial spending decisions since March 2020, such as £37bn on a malfunctioning test-and-trace system, or the £3.7bn of Covid-related contracts flagged by Transparency Int...

The secret of Johnson’s success lies in his break with Treasury dominance

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The Conservative party’s growing electoral dominance in non-metropolitan England, so starkly re-emphasised by results in the north-east, has been attributed to various causes. Brexit and the popularity of Boris Johnso...

Johnson’s Tories are reaping the rewards of an economy built on rising house prices

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Fue 14 hace años que, in the summer of 2007, that the first signs of the global financial crisis appeared: the liquidation of two hedge funds heavily invested in mortgage-backed securities, and the start of the collaps...