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Izabella Kaminska joined FT Alphaville in October 2008. Before that she worked as a producer at CNBC, a natural gas reporter at Platts and an associate editor of BP's internal magazine.
In Marrakesh, there is no such thing as a fixed vendor price.
The price you pay is determined by who you are, how well you barter, and the supply and demand fundamentals of the product you’re trying to buy on that on that specific day. Read more
1.Warren Buffett: A dream deferred
3.Are we over depending on capital gains?
5.Guest post: Toby Nangle on the end of the "Goldilocks slump"
6.Why you can't trust people to pay their taxes
7.Decentralised courts and blockchains
8.Explaining the BoJ's reticence
9."What if China lands hard?" they asked in 2013
10.Today in disappointed markets...
1.“I’m sorry, I can’t divulge information about that customer’s secret, illegal account”
2.How Greece restructured its debt, and a Jamaican success story
3.Podcast: Jim Chanos on the art of short-selling
4.How not to introduce official e-money?
5.Cult Markets: When the bubble bursts
6.Euro area divergence more about regions than countries
7.Guest post: The helicopter can drop money, gather bonds or just fly away
8.Every day we’re sorry, by $53m
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