Graham Buck

Graham Buck has been a financial journalist for more than 20 years and has both contributed to and edited a variety of titles, most recently as managing editor of the corporate treasury website GTNews. He has written regularly on insurance and reinsurance, risk management and pensions. His earlier career included several years with a major insurance group and with a broker, where he specialised in directors’ and officers’ (D&O) liability cover for corporates.

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Walt Disney World
Price hikes for Walt Disney World and Disneyland

Visitors to the best-known US theme parks must dig deeper after a series of increases took effect from the weekend.

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London's City district
Citigroup shrugs off Brexit with London innovation centre

The US banking group will initially hire up to 60 technologists, in one of the biggest boosts for the UK financial services sector since the EU referendum.

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Wall Street
Dow higher as Wall Street starts week in better mood

Tech heavyweight stocks Apple and Cisco Systems led the leaders’ board in early trading.

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Steel production
ArcelorMittal joins bidding for India’s Essar Steel

The world’s largest steel producer has put in an offer for the financially troubled group ahead of today’s bids deadline.

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Green bonds
Fitch: 2018 a ‘pivotal year’ for European green bond funds

The ratings agency says that investor demand is growing strongly, although the sector is still in its infancy.

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A famous Unilever brand name
Unilever threatens to withdraw ads from online platforms

The consumer goods multinational says it will no longer use Facebook, Google and Twitter if its customers cannot trust what they read online.

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Defence group General Dynamics to buy CSRA in $9.6bn deal

The Gulfstream jets, tanks and US Navy ships manufacturer will add to its growing IT and cyber security products division with the acquisition.

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German economy
German economy: cool your jets

After several years of strong growth is Europe’s biggest economy about to overheat? Businesses and consumers are confident, but there could be problems ahead.

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GlaxoSmithKline
GSK cautious, despite strong results

GlaxoSmithKline’s profit rose in 2017 with growth across all units, but the group expects generic copies of its Advair asthma treatment drug.

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Apple logo
Apple to accept Alipay mobile payments at China stores

The US tech giant will begin accepting the app at its 41 outlets in mainland China, where ApplePay has made scant progress.

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Tesco logo
Tesco equal pay claim estimated at up to £4bn

Thousands of female workers at the UK supermarket group’s stores could receive up to £20,000 in back pay.

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Severn Trent logo
Severn Trent reassures investors with update

The UK water and waste management company said that its performance this year remains in line with the guidance issued last November.

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Euro versus dollar
Euro strength: can it last?

Ahead of this week’s meeting of the European Central Bank’s governing council, the single currency’s revival is too far, too fast for some companies.

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Data privacy
Data privacy: 2018’s technology and regulatory focus

With the introduction of Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) now four months away, protecting sensitive data against increasingly sophisticated hackers has become a business priority.

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bull and bear
Ten financial markets to watch in 2018

Healthy economic growth around the globe might suggest that all sectors will enjoy a good year. Yet for some, the bear could be ready to displace the bull.

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