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Josh de la Mare provides Wednesday’s top stories from around the world, with reserves in emerging markets falling for the1m 6secs
Relief and euphoria have swept across Nigeria since general Muhammadu Buhari was officially declared the winner in the mostWilliam Wallis in Lagos
What does this show It’s the performance of the UK’s main housebuilding companies against the broader market during theJonathan Eley
A bit of FT Short View videographic entertainment below the fold. TL:DW? Stocks have gone up so much, savers need to keepDan McCrum
The Australian currency has tumbled against the US dollar as falling Chinese demand for iron ore has hit exports. The2m 20secs
The UK manufacturing sector powered ahead in March, suggesting the economy is on course for a healthy expansion in the firstFerdinando Giugliano, Economics Correspondent
We’ve already had some of the IMF Cofer story spelt out, namely that “foreign currency reserves in emerging markets fellDavid Keohane
South Korea’s economy hit a snag in March as exports fell the most in two years and inflation hit a 16-year low, adding toSong Jung-a in Seoul
The Palestinians joined the International Criminal Court in The Hague on Wednesday, in a politically charged move that willJohn Reed in Jerusalem
The number of living people who witnessed the 19th century has dwindled to four, after Misao Okawa, the world’s oldestRobin Harding in Tokyo
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