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Big Tech veteran scents change in rules of the game
Microsoft president Brad Smith expects governments to start setting broad codes for the industry
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Fed plans second intervention to ease funding squeeze
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York announced plans to inject another $75bn into the US financial system when trading resumes on Wednesday, a day after making its fir...
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Hong Kong broker CLSA under pressure to leave Swire office block
China’s largest investment bank ordered a high-profile subsidiary to review its tenancy of premises owned by Swire Group, intensifying pressure on the Hong Kong cong...
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Israel’s political survivor is on the ropes
Benjamin Netanyahu, the consummate survivor of Israel’s vicious politics, spent Tuesday warning his fractured rightwing base that he was about to lose the most cruci...
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London surges ahead of India in rupee trading volumes
Indian rupee traders have suspected for a while that volumes in the currency in London have raced ahead of those in India. The latest triennial survey of currency mark...
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How Europe’s winemakers take on climate change
Vineyards choose different grapes and planting style to adapt to rising temperatures
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Donald Trump’s pick for intelligence chief withdraws
US president’s plan to nominate John Ratcliffe drew immediate opposition
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Kristalina Georgieva selected by EU for IMF top job
Jeroen Dijsselbloem concedes defeat after losing vote by narrow margin
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US-China trade tensions hit global markets
Stocks suffer sell-off while bonds rally on threat of fresh tariffs on $300bn of Chinese imports
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Germany turns to short-time work as economic outlook darkens
Industrial weakness prompts employers to try to head off greater trouble
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