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Athens has again rushed to Brussels with new economic proposals in an effort to get a quick bailout deal to replenish publicPeter Spiegel — Brussels
Gains for a handful of travel and leisure stocks heralded a hot and sultry start to the second half of the year —Neil Dennis
Denmark’s new centre-right government will cut immigrants’ benefits by half as it named the founder of an anti-immigrationRichard Milne, Nordic Correspondent
Donald Trump may be polling well in the Republican field for the White House in 2016 but he is losing the backing ofShannon Bond in New York
A dead apple tree in a field west of London is a forlorn reminder of David Cameron’s once-passionate resistance to theGeorge Parker and Jim Pickard
Speedy Hire shares erased two years of steady gains in a matter of minutes on Wednesday after they plunged 32 per cent to aJoel Lewin
Shares in Sophos jumped nearly 7 per cent as the cyber security company began trading publicly in the largest ever initialGavin Jackson and Murad Ahmed
Seven black churches in southern American states have gone up in flames in the two weeks since a white supremacist allegedlyDemetri Sevastopulo, Washington
The deflating bubble in Chinese stocks is uncannily similar to Nasdaq's dotcom boom and bust. James Mackintosh, FT5m 0secs
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