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    US banks face ‘golden parachutes’ challenge

    Investors are set to challenge some of Wall Street’s biggest banks on their “golden parachutes,” which can see topBen McLannahan in New York

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    Wasps rugby club targets fans with retail bond issue

    The premiership rugby club Wasps is seeking to raise as much as £35m directly from its fans and other individual investorsJudith Evans

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    US should back Japan but not at any price

    When Shinzo Abe begins his week-long tour of the US on Monday, Washington will treat him as a friend. As well as being

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    Deutsche Bank figures halved after record fine for Libor rigging

    Deutsche Bank’s first-quarter profits fell by almost 50 per cent as the $2.5bn fine for the German lender’s role in theJames Shotter in Frankfurt and Laura Noonan in London

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    US companies carry the flag for gay rights

    Bob Page still remembers having to scrub the spray-painted “fags” off the buildings housing his dinnerware retailer,Megan Murphy in Washington

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    Portugal’s governing parties join forces in election pact

    The two parties in the centre-right coalition that steered Portugal through a punishing international bailout are seeking toPeter Wise in Lisbon

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    Germany urges Ukraine to fulfil Minsk ceasefire agreement

    Germany and key European partners are pressing Ukraine to speed up implementing the Minsk ceasefire agreement — for fear ofBy Stefan Wagstyl in Berlin and Roman Olearchyk in Kiev

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    General election: Landlords attack Labour’s rent control plan

    Landlords went on the attack on Sunday against Labour plans to ban above-inflation rent rises if they win the generalJudith Evans and James Pickford

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    Corporate diary

    Diary commentary from FT reporters; data and company announcements, unless otherwise stated, from Thomson Reuters. CompanyCompiled by Simon Greaves

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    Ethiopia predicts record $1.5bn overseas direct investment in 2015

    Foreign direct investment into Ethiopia will reach a record $1.5bn this year, on the back of successful efforts by theKatrina Manson, east Africa correspondent

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