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    Republicans attack new global insurance rules

    Global insurance rules face a revolt in the US as Republicans spearhead complaints that international regulators who theyBarney Jopson in Washington and Caroline Binham in London

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    Abe and Obama

    US President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attend official welcoming ceremonies on the South Lawn ofJamie Han

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    Apple a convert to the buyback craze

    The formula for success as a US finance director is simple: increase borrowing, buy back shares, watch the price rise andJames Mackintosh

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    Deutsche Bank chief Fitschen goes on trial in Kirch case

    Lawyers representing Jürgen Fitschen, Deutsche Bank’s co-chief executive, have dismissed the charges against him as,James Shotter in Munich

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    Poroshenko takes on Ukraine’s oligarchs

    Nearly a year after he was elected president of Ukraine, the challenges facing Petro Poroshenko remain daunting. A ceasefire

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    FT election focus group - Thurrock

    In the first of four FT/Populus focus groups in marginal seats, the mood suggests Conservative warnings about the Scottish0secs

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    Industrivärden chairman calls jet boardroom coup a ‘power grab’

    The outgoing chairman of a Swedish investment house at the centre of a corporate-jet scandal has lashed out at the investorDavid Crouch in Gothenburg

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    The British economy after the coalition

    In what condition does the coalition government leave the UK economy? Needless to say, its members are fighting the generalMartin Wolf

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    Insider trader sent back to jail for failing to pay back gains

    A convicted UK insider trader is back behind bars after failing to pay back all of his ill-gotten gains. Pardip Saini wasCaroline Binham, Financial Regulation Correspondent

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    Goldman Sachs’ reported spending on EU lobbying rises 14-fold

    Goldman Sachs has revealed a 14-fold increase in the amount it says it spends on lobbying in Brussels after the EUDuncan Robinson in Brussels and Tom Braithwaite in New York

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