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    Malaysia finds 139 graves at migrant camps

    Malaysian police have discovered 139 graves thought to contain the remains of hundreds of people smuggled from Myanmar andMichael Peel

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    Greek default warning, John Nash dies, banking vs boot polishing

    The cash crunch continues for Greece, which has again threatened to default on International Monetary Fund repayments. NikosAmie Tsang

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    India’s shadow banks lend where others fear to tread

    In early 2008, GMR, an Indian conglomerate with interests in airports, energy and roads, had a market capitalisation of moreHenny Sender

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    You can sign up to receive the email here. The cash crunch continues for Greece, which has again threatened to default onAmie Tsang

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    Nikkei advances on trade deficit data

    Monday 04.00 BST. Asian markets rallied in morning trade, despite a negative lead from Wall Street and many major marketsPeter Wells in Hong Kong

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    Game theory scholar John Nash dies aged 86

    Mathematician John Nash, a Nobel Prize winner whose longtime struggle with mental illness inspired the movie A Beautiful

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    Week Ahead: Big banks face moody blues but try to stay upbeat

    The mood music from Wall Street banks has been fairly depressed for the past few weeks. Few are expecting a disastrousTom Braithwaite

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    Investors expect trimming of US growth data

    Even as Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen said she expected the US economy to strengthen, investors expectMamta Badkar in New York

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    Banks betray investors as well as financial sector

    Sir, Michael Mackenzie is judicious to put dysfunctional cultural norms centre stage of the latest chilling episode of

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    Does crime pay?

    Sir, Martin Arnold sketches how banks brazenly fixed forex and other markets to fleece their clients over five years

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