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Firms contributed more than £1.1m for Save the Children in the annual charity auction at the IFR Awards dinner in London on Wednesday. Video:
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Shake Shack, the New York-based hamburger chain, appears headed for a stunning outcome on its initial public offering, with market sources pointing to massive levels of over-subscription and pricing above the marketed range.
Several years after eithe downsizing operations in Australia or total withdrawals from the country, French lenders like Natixis and Societe Generale are renewing their focus on the market, which is bracing for A$80bn (US$63bn) of infrastructure asset sales over the next couple of years.
IFR editor-at-large Keith Mullin looks back on the main event.
The “Switzerland of Asia” has a lot to learn from recent moves in currency markets.
Private firms are creatures of government in China, says James Saft.
Anthony Peters sifts through today’s top issues.
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