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    Towry to launch online services

    The chief executive of Towry, the acquisitive wealth manager and financial planner, says the group is close to launchingHarriet Agnew, City Correspondent

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    Cameron warns Labour-SNP government would be ‘very frightening’

    David Cameron has stepped up his rhetoric against the Scottish National party, warning that a Labour government propped upJim Pickard, Chief Political Correspondent

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    German wage rises lift hopes of eurozone recovery

    Andre Krolow is looking forward to indulging his passion for rare vinyl records and a longer-than-usual summer holiday. TheJeevan Vasagar in Wolfenbüttel and Claire Jones in Frankfurt

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    How to deal with a problem child such as Greece

    Never in the history of the eurozone has the eurogroup been so united. Never have the institutions formerly known as theBy Chris Giles in Washington

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    Time for Standard Chartered to face up to emerging risks

    When HSBC’s chief executive has to promise to reduce the number of countries the group serves simply to keep theJonathan Ford

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    Umbrella agencies cash in on temporary workers

    When a teaching assistant opened his first payslip from a new job in an east London secondary school, he had an unpleasantMichael Pooler

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    Private investors stake their dreams on risky biotech start-ups

    Everyone in the world hopes to find a cure for cancer. But thousands of private investors have staked hard-won savings onKate Burgess

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    Instagram develops app for Apple Watch

    Instagram, which built a billion-dollar business on smartphones, is making its first foray into wearable technology with aTim Bradshaw and Hannah Kuchler in San Francisco

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    US investors feted in Iran despite sanctions uncertainty

    They came as American “tourists” and were startled to receive hugs and even free gifts by people on the streets and in theNajmeh Bozorgmehr in Tehran

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    Cameron echoes Thatcher with plans for Lloyds sell-off

    David Cameron has sought to channel the spirit of Margaret Thatcher for the second time in a week by promising that retailJim Pickard, Chief Political Correspondent

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