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The Bank of England has appointed Deloitte to investigate a major glitch that disrupted Britain’s payments system lastEmma Dunkley
The leader of Libya’s self-proclaimed Islamist-leaning government declared “war” on forces allied with the elected rivalBorzou Daragahi in Cairo
As Alan Beattie wrote recently, a clear divergence in monetary policy is polarising the emerging market (EM) universe. SomeJames Kynge
After admitting the UK is unlikely to hit its targets on reducing immigration, the government is trying to salvage someElizabeth Rigby and Helen Warrell
Citigroup has paid a $15m fine for inadequately supervising equity analysts whose activities included hosting or attendingJonathan Guthrie in New York
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
Alan Youngblood/The Ocala Star-Banner/AP Dr. Joe Wallace, right, uses a pressure washer to cut years of algae growth off theMarcus Cotton
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
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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