Global markets continue to fall as investors remain wary of Trump fire and fury

The global market sell-off continued on Wall Street after European exchanges fell for the second straight day because of the rising geopolitical tensions between Washington and Pyongyang.
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Alcohol marketing in TV sport breaks spirit of law

Alcohol marketing appeared on screen once every other minute during broadcasts of the European Championships last summer, a new study has found.
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Beware the ever-growing reach of Google

Tech giants are not just in control of much of the information we receive, they are also showing they don’t like dissent
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More might mean less if you buy into the bitcoin revolution

The chart accompanying this article highlights the dramatic rise in the price of bitcoin, the virtual, digital currency, since 2009. Encryption techniques regulate the generation of bitcoin units that can be used in the transfer of funds.
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Upping the Ante

Gambling is getting easier. Twenty years ago a teenager hoping to grow his pocket money on the betting markets would have been faced with the hostile gaze of a betting shop cashier.
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Millennials make money with a clean conscience through impact investments

When building their portfolios, environmental and social issues are what millennials care about
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March of the robo‑advisers

Traditional wealth managers do not always merit their high fees, says the City regulator. Computers could do just as well
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Car insurers accused of giving false costs data

The government has been urged to fast-track the establishment of a national insurance claims database after concerns were raised over the reliability of data provided by insurers to the Central Bank.
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Insurers in threat to quit ‘flawed’ Irish market

Insurance companies repeatedly warned senior government ministers that they could withdraw from the “flawed” Irish market while premiums continued to soar.
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Ex-Barclays trader pleads guilty in forex case

A former Barclays currency trader has become the first individual to plead guilty to a criminal charge in a major US investigation into the manipulation of foreign exchange markets.
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