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A Swiss museum has announced that it is accepting the bequest of an art collection from Cornelius Gurlitt, the son of a NaziBy Jeevan Vasagar in Berlin
Global metals markets are becoming more difficult to regulate as manipulation takes more subtle forms and new tradingBy Henry Sanderson
BT is in talks to acquire either 02 or EE, the leading British mobile phone operators, to create a dominant fixed andDaniel Thomas
Global investors had the chance to do something completely new last week – put up to $10.5bn into the Shanghai stock marketJosh Noble in Hong Kong
Next Wednesday is the 50th anniversary of the American civil rights activist Malcolm X’s address to the Oxford Union, a fewSam Leith
The 403-page report published by the US Senate last week on Wall Street’s involvement in physical commodities is a treasureNeil Hume, Commodities Editor
The outbreak of dealmaking in the insurance sector set the pace at the top and the bottom of a flat FTSE 100 on Monday.Michael Hunter
Indeed, nobody expects the PBoC… But, despite Friday’s surprise announcement, as SocGen’s Wei Yao says: “due to the furtherDavid Keohane
Shares in Aviva fell almost 4.5 per cent on Monday as investors reacted to the news that it had reached a preliminary dealJohn Aglionby
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