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    The taming of the Fed’s balance sheet

    The exact timing of the Federal Reserve’s first interest rate rise is uncertain, but even less clear is what will happen toRobin Wigglesworth and Sam Fleming

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    China drug price reforms risk placing hospitals on life support

    Medicine prices in China are falling and profits of pharmaceutical companies are under pressure as Beijing implements aPatti Waldmeir in Shanghai

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    Of mangled markets and Chatham House rules

    Some of you may remember how the ECB fecked up last week, when “an internal procedural error” meant an eventually marketDavid Keohane

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    Japan Inc lowers expectations after bumper run

    After a bumper year of record profits, large multinational Japanese companies are starting to feel the pressure of theKana Inagaki in Tokyo

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    Goldin shares continue rollercoaster ride

    Shares in the two divisions of Hong Kong’s Goldin Group continued their rollercoaster ride on Tuesday, with both seeingPatrick McGee in Hong Kong

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    Rebounding US dollar crucial for central banks

    Many central banks around the world are watching whether the US dollar can regain momentum and help stimulate their slowingRoger Blitz

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    The big eurozone overhaul may not be so big

    When eurozone leaders decided last year it was time for another look at overhauling their common currency, the main driverPeter Spiegel

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    Japanese youth turns its back on fish

    Japan may have brought sushi and sashimi to the world’s dining tables, but its younger consumers are turning their backs onEmiko Terazono in London and Kana Inagaki in Tokyo

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    Reforming Italian education: too few people with a tertiary degree and large regional differences

    “The good school” is the title of the reform to the Italian educational system proposed by the Prime Minister Matteo RenziValentina Romei

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    French utility EDF seeks to cut workers’ 10-week holiday quota

    French state-owned power utility EDF is seeking to change one of the country’s most generous labour agreements in a moveMichael Stothard and Anne-Sylvaine Chassany in Paris

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