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Deutsche Bank was hit by a €330m charge to cover claims arising from consumer loan contracts, but still posted better thanJames Shotter in Frankfurt
After nearly a decade in which robust trade surpluses underpinned reliable appreciation of China’s currency, the renminbi isGabriel Wildau in Shanghai
China has slapped a moratorium on new coal mines in its eastern regions as it battles an enormous supply glut. As withJamil Anderlini and Lucy Hornby in Beijing
Many Asian central bankers have spent their careers battling inflation. Now, with disinflation stalking the globe — notAvantika Chilkoti
Royal Dutch Shell is to cut over $15bn in capital spending in an effort to plug dwindling revenues from oil sales, as itChristopher Adams, Energy Editor
Elsewhere on Thursday, - Thinking about the new Greek crisis. - There “should be no significant increase in unemploymentDavid Keohane
It’s been a few years since the guns of the international currency wars fell silent, or at least until the main combatantsAlan Beattie
You can sign up to receive the email here. An equity sell-off swept across Asia after the S&P 500 index fell overnight onAmie Tsang
Could bond markets help save the world? With enthusiasm in debt capital markets at high levels thanks to ultra low interestRalph Atkins in London
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For me, the best thing about last week’s World Economic Forum in Davos was an exposure to worldviews very different from myAndrew McAfee
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