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British politicians should face legal action if they fall foul of the rules by abusing the "revolving door" between Government and private sector jobs, MPs say - Bloomberg News

Russian President Vladimir Putin remains open to negotiations but the fighting will go on in Ukraine, his administration says - Bloomberg News

Tests found that the virus is detectable on some food for several days under certain conditions - Bloomberg News

Analysts upgrade China's 2023 earnings projections on reopening hopes - Reuters News

There's been a "significant" improvement in relations between the EU and UK, Ireland's foreign minister says - Bloomberg News

Lagarde leads a chorus warning that inflation has to be anchored - Bloomberg News via @endacurran @ClaireJiao

Indonesia set to penalise sex outside marriage in overhaul of criminal code - Reuters News

Indonesian President Joko Widodo says his nation won't follow a purely open economic model that he blamed for undercutting Latin America's growth prospects for decades - Bloomberg News

A trio of bankers at Julius Baer's UK unit are trying to blame each other as they seek to reverse a proposed ban for enabling "corrupt" finders-fees on forex transactions - Bloomberg News

Goldman Sachs has issued a surprise warning of a bonus cut to global markets division traders, despite being on track to make $25 billion in revenue Tom Metcalf reports on @BloombergTV - Bloomberg News

Formula 1 says the Chinese Grand Prix will not take place in 2023 given the "ongoing difficulties stemming from COVID-19 situation" - Bloomberg News

Bank of America strategists recommend selling a rally in stocks ahead of a likely surge in job losses next year - Bloomberg News

Elon Musk is finding navigating the world of free speech increasingly tricky - Bloomberg News

More than $3 billion has been hacked from the crypto sector so far in 2022 - Bloomberg News

Analysis via our @joncraig: Crushing defeat for Sunak is an ominous sign for despondent red wall MPs - Sky News

UK parliament committee chair says she talked defence cooperation on Taiwan trip - Reuters News

Inside China's fight over the future of zero-COVID - Reuters News

Will the energy transition create "greenflation?" - Bloomberg News

Malaysia cabinet lineup announcement delayed to 8:15 p.m. local time, according to the premier's office - Bloomberg News

UK regulator says Royal Mail cannot blame pandemic for delivery failures anymore - Reuters News

Bloomberg Economics estimates worldwide inflation is now headed to 9.5% in the final three months of the year and 5.3% at the end of 2023 - Bloomberg News via @atanzi @simonjkennedy

Credit Suisse chairman says the main indicators of the bank's financial stability are strong and that its level of liquidity is improving after declines in recent weeks - Bloomberg News

Credit Suisse Chairman Axel Lehmann says the bank has managed to essentially halt the outflows of assets - Bloomberg News

ECB's Lagarde sees need to ensure inflation returns to goal - Bloomberg News via @endacurran @ClaireJiao

There's been a "significant" improvement in relations between the EU and UK, Ireland's foreign minister says - Bloomberg News

Two Chinese private developers are planning bond deals that come with derivative protection, in the latest sign of regulatory support to help ease select builders' liquidity crunch - Bloomberg News

Many economists agree that peak inflation is behind us. And yet the concern is that it won't cool off quickly enough to prevent higher rates (and more pain) ahead. The big question: How will we know if inflation is falling quickly enough? - Bloomberg News

The global economy may be headed for a new era of volatile inflation, central bank governors warn - Bloomberg News

UK insurers face watchdog crackdown for undervaluing cars while settling claims - Reuters News

A lacklustre Black Friday in the UK leaves retailers with too much stock - Bloomberg News

FTSE 100 dips ahead of U.S. jobs data, AJ Bell helps midcaps cut losses - Reuters News

Global food prices fell for an eighth month in November, in a sign that inflationary pressures may be easing - Bloomberg News

A bad combination: stocks up, earnings going down. The good news: the S&P is an uptrend, bond yields and the dollar are in a downtrend. The bad news: earnings ests. are in a serious downtrend. - CNBC

Harrison Ford is back at age 80 as the famous whip-cracking archaeologist, more than 40 years after first playing the character - Bloomberg News

China set to loosen COVID curbs after week of historic protests - Reuters News

Elon Musk risks giving a helping hand to Vladimir Putin if recent staff cuts prevent Twitter from rooting out propaganda about the war in Ukraine, an EU official warns - Bloomberg News

US poses existential threat to Russia, says Putin's leading diplomat - The Independent

The EU's executive arm will conduct a stress test at Twitter's headquarters early next year - Bloomberg News

Credit Suisse shares slip for the 13th straight day, marking their longest run of losses ever - Bloomberg News

Tesla to issue software updates for 435,000 cars in China over marker light issue - Reuters News

OPEC cut crude production by the most since 2020, fulfilling a new agreement aimed at stabilizing world oil markets - Bloomberg News

UK firms expect to raise prices 6%, see inflation lingering - Bloomberg News

More and more crypto platforms are preventing customers from withdrawing their assets - Bloomberg News

Defiant pound sees biggest monthly rise since 2020 - but still trails most peers - Reuters News

UK's FTSE 100 nears 6-month highs on signs of slower interest rate hikes - Reuters News

If you want a four-day work week, show this study to your boss - Bloomberg News

UK businesses report easing price pressures: BoE survey - Reuters News

The UK has regained its economic credibility following Liz Truss's disastrous budget, says HSBC CEO Noel Quinn - Bloomberg News

China accuses UK lawmakers of "gross interference" over Taiwan visit - Reuters News

Emmanuel Macron criticizes Elon Musk's decision to relax Twitter's content moderation policies and says speech on the platform deserves more regulation - Bloomberg News