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18:37

Travel

The insider guide to Venice

Andrew Forbes

STAY: Palazzo Cristo Luxury Apartments If you’re looking for a private, chic Venetian hideaway for a romantic escape, then Palazzo Cristo should probably top the list. This collection of four gorgeous serviced apartments are found in a 16th-cen

16:24

Opinion

Is this time different?

JEREMY BLATCH jb@ehh.gi

...successful investment outcome over the next decade, we need to think about several things in a different way: What is a store of value? How do we balance risk? Do we need to redefine market risk? As Maynard Keynes said, "When the facts change I change my

16:41

Opinion

Don't get me wrong

Peter Edgerton

...in control of things, we're patently not. Ergo, if you can demand an unnecessary fresh ten euro note from a stranger for no apparent and be indulged, that surely proves you have some autonomy again, doesn't it? No, not really. The problem is

14:43

Opinion

Phone not a friend

Peter Edgerton

...weather forecasts for Malaga (I don't care, I'm not a farmer), stocks and share prices (I don't care, I'm not a gambler) and random bits of news about things I've no interest in (I don't care - they're things I've no interest in). Amid this incessant

23:24

Sport

Malaga make life difficult for themselves with two games left to go

henry flynn

Malaga's euphoria was short-lived. After a big win against Deportivo last Wednesday, a limp 2-1 defeat against Sporting Gijón in Asturias on Monday night has invited the pressure back on for the final two fixtures of the season as the side fights to

15:51

Local

"Things will be different in future, and we will change them ourselves"

Héctor Barbotta

Businessman Miguel Gómez Molina considers himself a fortunate person, although the way he believes he contracted the illness would seem to contradict that. On 14 March, the day he decided to close his jewellery shop in Puerto Banús, one of the last c

14:14

Opinion

Things are seldom what they seem

JEREMY BLATCH

As an investor and wealth manager, I increasingly hear from investors and advisors alike that they 'fancy' or 'like' a specific country to invest in. Over recent years, the huge growth in capital in emerging growth economies in Asia and Latin America

14:08

Opinion

First things first

Mark Nayler

Following his victory in the European elections last Sunday (his second electoral triumph in a month), Pedro Sánchez has set his sights on increasing Spain's influence in Brussels. This has always been one of the Socialist leader's driving aims, but

16:49

Sport

Thirty-five fun-filled days

Rob Palmer

...president Javier Tebas is promising a top-level game every day for 35 consecutive days. In some ways, it could be one of the best things to happen to this edition of the Primera División. After all, it had been a pretty unremarkable season. Now they steal

16:00

Opinion

Six months wasted

Héctor Barbotta

...thus lower the ratio and guarantee safe interpersonal distances. It wouldn't have been easy, but it wouldn't have been impossible either. But the fact is they've not even tried to do any of those things. They've decided that it won't happen and that ... standards up once the health crisis was over? Breaking your back just to create a problem further down the line is not good business. For that reason they believe it's better to leave things just as they are. Classes will start with the same number of