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The Chinese industrialist poised to take control of Italian tyremaker Pirelli has lashed out at the US, saying he is missingTom Mitchell in Beijing
Britain and the European Central Bank have ended a four-year battle over City of London clearing houses in a deal that couldAlex Barker in Brussels, Claire Jones in Frankfurt
Europe’s largest companies have increased shareholder payouts by the highest annual amount since the financial crisis,By Alison Smith and Patrick Mathurin in London
De Beers is making the biggest reforms in more than a decade to the way it sells most of its diamonds, amid concerns overJames Wilson and Avantika Chilkoti
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The avalanche of post-crisis banking regulation is coming to an end and most of the uncertainties weighing on the financialLaura Noonan in Basel
For much of the 20th century, Russia was the laboratory for one of the most far-reaching ideological experiments in history.Andrei Nekrasov
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US and European data will be in the foreground over the coming week. Eurozone labour market data for February and theAndrew Whiffin
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