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    UK court refuses to cut ‘flash crash’ trader’s bail from £5.05m

    A London court has refused to vary bail for the trader accused of playing a role in the 2010 “flash crash” after he failedJane Croft

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    Australian banks: love on the rocks

    The blissful early phase of every romance eventually collides with reality. Australian investors have been head over heels

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    US warns India over NGO crackdown

    The US has criticised the Indian government’s crackdown on civil society groups, with Richard Verma, American ambassador toVictor Mallet, New Delhi

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    Watching over the Blue Mosque

    An Afghan policeman stands in a window of the Hazrat-e-Ali shrine, or Blue Mosque, in Mazar-i-Sharif   Annabel Cook

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    First-quarter net profits surge at Hannover Re

    Hannover Re, the world’s third largest reinsurer, said that it might raise its profit target later this year, after earningsJames Shotter in Frankfurt

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    Greece overturns civil service reforms

    The Greek parliament has approved a law proposed by the leftwing Syriza-led government overturning civil service reforms byKerin Hope in Athens

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    Oil rebound tests its limits

    Oil hit a 2015 high on Wednesday and was fast approaching levels not seen since Opec’s historic decision in November to holdDavid Sheppard and Neil Hume

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    Low interest rates dent quarterly profits at Prudential

    Prudential has become the latest insurance group to feel the pinch from rock-bottom interest rates, unveiling a dip inAlistair Gray, Insurance Correspondent

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    Illinois College of Business and Coursera launch MBA Mooc

    A groundbreaking MBA programme created entirely from massive open online courses (Moocs) is being jointly created by theJonathan Moules

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    Ukip candidate threatens to shoot Tory rival

    Ukip’s misfiring election campaign has suffered another blow after one of its candidates was filmed threatening to shoot aJim Pickard, Chief Political Correspondent

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