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Benjamin Netanyahu says he will warn against a possible nuclear deal with Iran “that could threaten the survival of Israel”Geoff Dyer in Washington and John Reed in Jerusalem
After an absence of 15 years, investors are finally seeing the Nasdaq Composite trading above the fabled 5,000 threshold.Michael Mackenzie
Sotheby’s earnings tumbled 18.5 per cent in the fourth quarter due to higher expenses, amid ongoing boardroom turmoil andElizabeth Paton
Another week goes by and the outlook for Brazil’s economy gets gloomier still. The consensus on GDP is now for a 0.58 perJonathan Wheatley
Lord Browne, the former BP chief executive who is now heading L1 Energy, has a long history of reinventing himself. He isElizabeth Paton
Workers put up large poster of Isaac Herzog, co-leader with Tzipi Livni of the Zionist Union party, at the entrance toJamie Han
Barclays chief executive Antony Jenkins is on Tuesday set to accept his first bonus since taking charge three years ago, inMartin Arnold and Laura Noonan
Much of continental Europe is in poor shape. True, the aggregate wealth of people is little changed and the social capitalEdmund Phelps
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