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Is it time for ESG to become more science than art? Join Breakingviews Global Editor @rob1cox on Jan. 22 at the World Economic Forum in Davos for a robust discussion on how to rationalise, industrialise and democratise sustainable finance. Register here: http://refini.tv/2QH2mp6
Watch: China’s economic growth slowed to 6.1% last year amid a bruising trade war with the U.S. and disappointing credit growth. Meanwhile, shadow lenders are moving to fill the gap. @petesweeneypro explains what that means for the country’s economy.
Here's our esteemed former @breakingviews colleague @tombuerkle on Trump's Fed nominees, Judy Shelton and Christopher Waller, when POTUS first floated the names back in July. "At least they clear the bar." Faint praise, but better than the alternative.
Richemont weathered a hit to Hong Kong sales, but though shares are up 20% in the past year, they lag luxury rivals. To close the gap, the Swiss group must fend off LVMH-powered Tiffany and deliver on its costly online acquisition, writes @LJucca: https://bit.ly/2FXk3uz
Shares in Vodafone’s India unit fell 25% after a court dismissed a plea to review $7 bln of levies. Delayed payment would still leave Vodafone Idea with a heavy burden, but the bankruptcy of a big brand would hit a fragile economy hard, says @ugalani: https://bit.ly/3aidpNl
Aircraft and train manufacturer Bombardier is trying to cut borrowing. It said it will have to take a charge against rail projects and may face a cash call at its joint venture with Airbus. Exiting the JV may be the least bad option, writes @rob_cyran. https://bit.ly/361Yx2d