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    Zalando to focus on growth rather than profits

    Zalando turned a profit for the first time in its history last year. But the group, born six years ago in a BerlinJames Shotter in Frankfurt

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    Inflation expectations set to ease Fed fears

    The Federal Reserve’s well-telegraphed intention to raise interest rates this year still appears to be lost in translationSam Fleming and Michael MacKenzie

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    Upbeat broker comment cheers ITV shares

    ITV shone at the top of a lacklustre FTSE 100 on Thursday as the warm market reception to the free-to-air broadcaster’sMichael Hunter

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    Free Lunch: Pension problems

    Saving more and saving right There is a good reason why pension policy is hard to get right: it is literally impossible toMartin Sandbu

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    Afghan men highlight International Women's Day

    Male civil society members wear burqas to protest violence against women, ahead of International Women’s Day, in Kabul,Annabel Cook

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    Virtu hopes time can heal HFT furore

    For a proprietary trading firm that deals in microseconds, Virtu Financial is hoping the passage of time can work in itsPhilip Stafford and Arash Massoudi in London and Anna Nicolaou in New York

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    China’s Li signals tough times for economy

    At the annual rubber stamp parliamentary meeting, China's premier Li Keqiang told delegates to expect a tougher year in2m 37secs

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    Economic pressure grows on Iran’s president as nuclear deal nears

    It is unusual for teachers, or any other group, to defy an official ban on protests in Iran. Yet tens of thousands ofNajmeh Bozorgmehr in Tehran

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    Police stand guard at Bristol Magistrates Court

    Police officers stand outside the vehicle entrance after a van said to be carrying Nathan Matthews entered BristolAnnabel Cook

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    Q&A: why Abbvie had to strike $21bn Pharmacyclics deal

    AbbVie has taken another spin on the drug industry’s mergers and acquisitions merry-go-round with a $21bn swoop forAndrew Ward, Pharmaceuticals Correspondent

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