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    Deloitte to probe BoE payments crash

    The Bank of England has appointed Deloitte to investigate a major glitch that disrupted Britain’s payments system lastEmma Dunkley

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    Tripoli Islamist regime declares ‘war’ on Libyan rivals

    The leader of Libya’s self-proclaimed Islamist-leaning government declared “war” on forces allied with the elected rivalBorzou Daragahi in Cairo

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    Monetary policy divergence splits EM into two camps

    As Alan Beattie wrote recently, a clear divergence in monetary policy is polarising the emerging market (EM) universe. SomeJames Kynge

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    Focus shifts to visa exit checks

    After admitting the UK is unlikely to hit its targets on reducing immigration, the government is trying to salvage someElizabeth Rigby and Helen Warrell

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    Citi fined for lax equity analyst supervision

    Citigroup has paid a $15m fine for inadequately supervising equity analysts whose activities included hosting or attendingJonathan Guthrie in New York

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    Aviva must show Friends is more than just a round of sandwiches

    Aviva’s proposed tie-up with Friends Life smacks of those times when you pop out for a snack and return with a cheeseKate Burgess

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    Eye Spy cleanup

    Alan Youngblood/The Ocala Star-Banner/AP Dr. Joe Wallace, right, uses a pressure washer to cut years of algae growth off theMarcus Cotton

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    Digital subscribers double at the Sun

    The Sun newspaper has doubled its number of digital subscribers to 225,000, but failed to offset a decline in its overallHenry Mance, Media Correspondent

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    EU populist parties call on Juncker to go

    Three of Europe’s largest populist parties have called on Jean-Claude Juncker to resign as president of the EuropeanPeter Spiegel in Brussels

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    Wall Street is back

    John Authers reports from New York on the remarkable rise of the US stock market. Traders are betting that the US economy8m 10secs

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