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These risks could cost the world $4.6 trillion

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Over $4 trillion of economic output is at risk in the world's largest cities due to a host of dangers ranging from earthquakes, pandemics, nuclear disasters, terrorism, tsunamis and cyberattacks, according to a new study from Lloyd's of London.

China: New normal is 7% growth

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China's financial markets are expected to remain stable and the renminbi is not on course for a long-term devaluation, while fiscal spending will grow faster than expected this year, the country's top financial officials told the G20.

UK high street has worst month since 2008

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August turned out to be the worst month for Britain’s retailers since the financial crisis of 2008, a survey has shown, as poor weather and a spike in foreign holidays kept shoppers away from the high street.