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March 31, 2015
… By the notorious PBoC? To be clear, the issue here is falling M0 in China. SocGen’s China watcher in chief Wei YaoDavid Keohane
The chairman of Eskom, South Africa’s embattled utility, agreed to step down on Tuesday after he became embroiled in aAndrew England in Johannesburg
Goldman Sachs’s infrastructure arm and Infracapital are selling their 33.33 per cent stake in Associated British Ports to aJohn Aglionby
David Cameron insisted the Conservative party was capable of winning an outright majority in May’s general election, warningClaer Barrett and Elizabeth Rigby
ABUJA — Nigerian opposition contender Muhammadu Buhari built a lead of more than 2.5m votes with only six states uncounted
Diplomatic talks to secure a landmark nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers that would ease sanctions on Iran’sSam Jones in Lausanne
Chinese officials are already reeling from the indignity of losing their official cars and chauffeurs as part of Beijing’sPatti Waldmeir in Beijing
Quindell shareholders will soon be asked to approve the sale of substantially all of the company to Slater & Gordon, theDan McCrum
Yoox has confirmed an all-share merger with Net-a-Porter, the designer clothing website, which will create the world’sElizabeth Paton
If you thought US plans to cap speculative activity in commodities were broad, then take a glance at what’s unfolding on theNeil Hume, Commodities Editor
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