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Structural growth with a hint of cyclical weakness, or the other way round? Tuesday’s 3 per cent drop in the Johnson Matthey
Loretta Lynch, the nominee to become US attorney-general, used her confirmation hearing on Wednesday to defend PresidentGina Chon in Washington
The way banks disclose risks they hold on their balance sheets has been overhauled by the world’s top banking supervisor inCaroline Binham, Financial Regulation Correspondent
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The success of its mobile games helped Electronic Arts post fiscal third-quarter earnings and sales that topped estimatesMamta Badkar in New York
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