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    Dollar supremacy in forex market affirmed by IMF report

    The dollar’s supremacy in the foreign exchange market was affirmed by official data on Tuesday, showing an increase amongRoger Blitz

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    The battle of the celebrity endorsements

      The Labour Party has always boasted the lion’s share of celebrity endorsements and this election promises to be noAliya Ram

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    Indiana governor says he will ‘fix’ religious bill

    The Republican governor of Indiana has vowed to amend a religious freedom law that sparked a huge backlash across AmericaDemetri Sevastopulo in Washington and Neil Munshi in Chicago

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    Lubitz alerted Lufthansa flight school to ‘severe depression’

    Lufthansa has revealed that Andreas Lubitz told its pilot training school in an email that he had previously suffered fromChris Bryant in Munich

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    Nickel drops to 6-year low

    Nickel dropped to its lowest level in almost six years on Tuesday, with selling accelerating this week as investors worryBy Henry Sanderson

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    Lloyds Banking Group: words and bonds

    Lloyds Banking Group has angered its bondholders with a plan to redeem at par £700m of so-called enhanced capital notes it

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    The political risks in Malaysia are growing

    Malaysia has long been regarded as one of Southeast Asia’s success stories. With a population of 30m, it is the region’s

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    Gulf Keystone chairman steps down after share placing

    Simon Murray is to step down as chairman of cash-strapped Gulf Keystone Petroleum, less than two years after he took up theMichael Kavanagh

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    Jailed former Hanwha chairman among highest paid Korean directors

    A convicted criminal was among the highest-paid South Korean corporate directors last year for the second year in a row. KimSimon Mundy in Seoul

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    Corn dips after surprise on US inventories

    Grain markets diverged after the US government indicated that corn supplies would remain ample for months to come,Gregory Meyer in New York

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