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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
The blissful early phase of every romance eventually collides with reality. Australian investors have been head over heels
The US has criticised the Indian government’s crackdown on civil society groups, with Richard Verma, American ambassador toVictor Mallet, New Delhi
An Afghan policeman stands in a window of the Hazrat-e-Ali shrine, or Blue Mosque, in Mazar-i-Sharif Annabel Cook
Hannover Re, the world’s third largest reinsurer, said that it might raise its profit target later this year, after earningsJames Shotter in Frankfurt
The Greek parliament has approved a law proposed by the leftwing Syriza-led government overturning civil service reforms byKerin Hope in Athens
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
Prudential has become the latest insurance group to feel the pinch from rock-bottom interest rates, unveiling a dip inAlistair Gray, Insurance Correspondent
A groundbreaking MBA programme created entirely from massive open online courses (Moocs) is being jointly created by theJonathan Moules
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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