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Are low Chinese interest rates sounding the death knell for the copper “carry trade”? As Beijing continues to cut rates thatBy Henry Sanderson
Greece faces no easy choice this weekend and its problems have put a damper on deals for European investment bankers. It’sChris Nuttall
Elsewhere on Friday, - Facebook changes its logo. - Galbraith via Yanis: Nine myths about the Greek crisis and Only the noFT Alphaville
South32 is the trendy new name for Billiton, the ragbag of mines that BHP decided it no longer wanted. Turning the usualNeil Collins
Yanis Varoufakis declared he would resign if the Greeks voted Yes in Sunday's referendum and added that he would prefer toAmie Tsang
US health insurer Aetna has agreed to pay $37bn to buy rival Humana in a cash and shares deal. The deal values Humana atPatrick McGee
Chinese developer Dalian Wanda plans to raise up to Rmb12bn ($1.9bn) through a share offering in China, even as mainlandJennifer Hughes in Hong Kong
The Chinese government has lifted a three-year ban on huge iron ore carriers that had forced Brazil’s Vale to ship theTom Mitchell in Beijing
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Vladimir Putin’s shadow seems to be chasing Europe. Suspicious commentators find it virtually everywhere, and the GreekFyodor Lukyanov
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Friday 08:00 BST. Equity, fixed income and forex markets are struggling to establish clear trends as caution prevails aheadJamie Chisholm, Global Markets Commentator
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