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A string of alleged failings at Deutsche Bank has prompted the UK’s financial watchdog to more closely monitor the bank’sCaroline Binham in London and James Shotter in Frankfurt
Ahmed Abudraa was on his way to visit relatives near the north Sinai town of Sheikh Zuwaid when he came across a checkpointBorzou Daragahi in Cairo
Britain’s multibillion pound pension industry has warned it will be a challenge for providers to comply with new consumerJosephine Cumbo, Pensions Correspondent
Petrobras represents the best and worst of Brazil. Its technical competence is renowned and it has vast deep sea reserves.
The view from Canary Wharf Group’s offices in One Canada Square — the first and tallest skyscraper in London’s Docklands —Kate Allen and Arash Massoudi
A fighter of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) stands next to damaged buildings in the northern Syrian town ofJamie Han
Democratising finance: Personal investing The process of bringing diversified, affordable investment products to the massesJudith Evans and Jonathan Eley
Any hopes that the new Syriza-led government in Greece would have a sedate and calming beginning were rapidly dispelled
Fears for Birmingham‘s role as the UK’s capital of chocolate have melted away with a deal to secure the future of Cadbury’sJohn Murray Brown
Petrofac was a gainer on Friday amid speculation that the oil services company might abandon its $1bn move into deepwaterBryce Elder
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