While COP26 struggles to rustle up promised funding to help vulnerable states prepare for future climate impacts, nations already reeling from disaster are demanding separate money for "loss and damage"
$100 billion a year in aid was promised over a decade ago to help developing nations curb carbon pollution and adapt to climate impacts. But rich countries haven't delivered
G20 finances ministers will meet in Italy to discuss global tax reforms. The top economies will be the biggest gainers of the OECD-brokered deal, while tax havens will be biggest losers
The formation of a European Super League highlights a shift by the world's richest football clubs away from sporting merit and towards a "closed shop" that gives them more financial security
UK banks and insurers have shifted more than £1.0 trillion to the European Union in response to Brexit, according to a study by the 'New Financial' think-tank
Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey has pressed the EU to agree a post-Brexit financial services deal for the sake of pandemic recovery on both sides of the Channel