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    Johnson Matthey: six of one...

    Structural growth with a hint of cyclical weakness, or the other way round? Tuesday’s 3 per cent drop in the Johnson Matthey

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    Lynch defends Obama immigration policy

    Loretta Lynch, the nominee to become US attorney-general, used her confirmation hearing on Wednesday to defend PresidentGina Chon in Washington

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    Basel Committee overhauls banks’ disclosure model

    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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    Dara, National Theatre (Lyttelton), London — review

    The action of Dara never shifts from 17th-century India — evoked here in a visually ravishing production — but the problemsSarah Hemming

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    The Ruling Class, Trafalgar Studio 1, London — review

    It begins with an act of auto-erotic asphyxiation in a cocked hat and tutu. It continues with a full-size, working crucifixIan Shuttleworth

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    Tango Fire, Peacock Theatre, London — review

    You wouldn’t dare call a book, film or performance Flames of Desire and not be laughed from here to Deadhorse, north Alaska,Clement Crisp

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    Apple in China: big country, big company

    Could Apple outgrow China? Some executives and investors talk as if, as a market, China is inexhaustible. If you could cut

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    Peter Brötzmann, Hamid Drake, William Parker, Café Oto, London — review

    ...The evening opened with Brötzmann’s throaty notes hovering over a strong abstract pulse. Drums hinted at rocking R’n’B; Brötzmann’s mournful tenor sax cries became honking riffs that spiralled outwards and broke into fragments. As...Mike Hobart

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    Mobile games success boosts Electronic Arts

    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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    S&P close to $1.4bn settlement with DoJ

    Standard & Poor’s is close to paying $1.4bn to settle claims it inflated ratings on mortgage derivatives in order to winStephen Foley in New York

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