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Repatriations and refunds: States react to Thomas Cook collapse

Some 600,000 people have been left stranded by the collapse of the world's oldest travel firm.

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'Profound regret': Thomas Cook goes bust with tourists stranded

World's oldest travel firm collapses under $2.1bn debts after failing to secure additional funding.

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UK's Thomas Cook reportedly in rescue talks with government

The world's oldest travel firm needs $250m to stay afloat as it struggles with debts and intense online competition.

UK's Thomas Cook reportedly in rescue talks with government

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British people on financial ‘knife edge’ as Brexit looms: Charity

Any economic turbulence could spell disaster for British people burdened with debts, a charity says in a new report.

British people on financial ‘knife edge’ as Brexit looms: Charity

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Argentine peso steadies, along with nerves

A day after government announces measures to shore up currency, Argentines hope the worst is behind them.

Argentine peso steadies, along with nerves

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S&P slashes Argentina's debt rating further into junk territory

The US rating agency says the Argentinian government's debt maturity extension plan 'constitutes a default'.

S&P slashes Argentina's debt rating further into junk territory

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Worst unemployment in decades strains Indian consumer loans

Stress is building up in the retail loan sector as corporate debt quality also worsens.

Worst unemployment in decades strains Indian consumer loans

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Singapore faces rising tide of bad debt as record bonds mature

Bond repayment could be a challenge for companies amid lower growth forecasts and weak export data.

Singapore faces rising tide of bad debt as record bonds mature

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Jet Airways' $3bn debt scares away two potential investors

The Indian airline owes more than $3bn to its lenders, lessors, staff and other suppliers.

Jet Airways' $3bn debt scares away two potential investors

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Venezuela wants to sell bonds, but who is going to buy them?

$60bn worth of government bonds is up for sale, but demand is low and sanctions are keeping global investors away.

Venezuela wants to sell bonds, but who is going to buy them?

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Too big to fail? The companies threatening South Africa's economy

Will South Africa manage to bail out some of its biggest state-owned companies without crippling the economy?

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Equifax will pay up to $700m to settle data breach case

In the 2017 data breach, roughly 147 million people had Social Security numbers and driver's license data compromised.

Equifax will pay up to $700m to settle data breach case

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What can stop Turkey's economy from unravelling?

From credit-fuelled boom to currency crisis. As Turkey's economy unravels, we ask what can be done to stop the rot.

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Gender penalty: Student debt and daycare stifle American mothers

Burden of affording higher education overlaps with cost of raising young children, creating double difficulty for many.

Gender penalty: Student debt and daycare stifle American mothers