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Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha’s Thursday metamorphosis from Thai coup leader to prime ministerial nominee hammers home the Michael Peel
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General Prayuth Chan-ocha tightened his junta’s grip on Thailand on Thursday, as the country’s puppet parliament named him By Michael Peel in Bangkok
The annual August summits of the world’s top central bankers in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, have a dramatic mountain backdrop, By Ralph Atkins
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Thursday 08:10 BST. The US dollar is trading at its highest in nearly a year, Treasury yields are firmer and gold is sliding By Jamie Chisholm, Global Markets Commentator
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