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The Federal Open Market Committee of the Federal Reserve (FOMC) will meet on Wednesday amid signs that the broad consensusGavyn Davies
The UK is becoming a nation of grafters. With living standards at their lowest in a decade and real-term wages falling 8 perSarah O’Connor, Employment correspondent
With a field of candidates that is set to be the Republican party’s largest and most ideologically diverse in years,Megan Murphy in Des Moines
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Egypt’s top prosecutor has ordered an inquiry into the killing of a leftwing activist on Saturday during a march in downtownHeba Saleh in Cairo
Whatever government emerges after Greece’s parliamentary election, Athens will soon lock horns with its internationalFerdinando Giugliano, Economics Correspondent
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With the big exception of India, all the Brics economies are slowing. For the first time since China’s cultural revolution,Edward Luce
It is almost the very end of empire, analogous to the moment Hong Kong was handed back to the Chinese. Now the ravens canMatthew Engel
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