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The souk of Jerusalem’s Old City, where vendors sell T-shirts extolling the Israel Defence Forces alongside those callingJohn Reed in Jerusalem
Lex live from the FT Banking summit. Bank returns have been hit by increased regulation, continued low interest rates andRochelle Toplensky
Predictions of exchange rates are notoriously unreliable. So much so that when analysts at BNP Paribas compared consensusDelphine Strauss, Currencies Correspondent
Ed Milliband, leader of the UK Labour party, has the lowest voter satisfaction rating this close to an election of anyKeith Fray
The diverging economic fortunes of the US and Europe were laid bare in the results of FTSE 100 plumbing supplies groupJohn Aglionby
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Very rarely has a US equity bull market been this hot, testing the mettle of investors who focus on valuation as a guide forMichael Mackenzie, Eric Platt and Mamta Badkar in New York
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