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    US rate hike fears overdone in emerging markets

    By Marios Maratheftis, Standard Chartered Bank How worried should you be when the US Federal Reserve goes ahead with itsGuest writer

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    ISS backs Nelson Peltz’s bid for seat on DuPont board

    Nelson Peltz, the activist investor, won the backing of an influential shareholder advisory group in his battle for a seatStephen Foley in New York

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    A mammoth project that raises hairy ethical qualms

    Shaggy of coat and extravagantly curled of tusk, woolly mammoths were the iconic species of the Ice Age. These cousins ofAnjana Ahuja

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    Deutsche Bank: jam tomorrow

    Restructuring by a thousand leaks. Much of the detail of Deutsche Bank’s latest overhaul had already been whispered. Yet

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    Bets on yen weakness scaled back

    Currency investors and strategists say the prospect of a weaker yen against the dollar rests on a sharper divergence betweenRoger Blitz

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    Ukraine takes first step to avoid default

    Ukraine has cleared the first hurdle in a $15bn bid to avoid financial collapse. Investors in Ukreximbank, the state-ownedElaine Moore

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    How the Fed will affect Asian bonds

    Rajeev De Mello, head of Asian fixed income for Schroders, tells FTfm’s Chris Flood that governments in the region have5m 46secs

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    England spells more trouble for union than Scotland

    Winston Churchill was eloquently stumped by Russia, but the “riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma” could be his ownJanan Ganesh

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    Stagnation, fines and regulation leave European banks struggling

    Are European banks in terminal decline? The global status of the continent’s banking sector has been steadily weakening forPatrick Jenkins

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    UK parties sharpen their appeal in final stretch

    Michael Stott, Robert Shrimsley and Tim Bale discuss Labour's gambit on housing, Cameron's new found passion, and the Lib12m 27secs

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