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To paraphrase Mark Twain, the Federal Reserve didn’t have time to write a short statement, so it wrote a long one. A recentTracy Alloway in New York
The first rule of currency wars is: you always talk about currency wars. The second rule is: you can always find one to talkDavid Keohane
The pre-Christmas sale known as Black Friday was dubbed Black Eye Friday after fights broke out at predominantly TescoJohn Aglionby, Claer Barrett and Kadhim Shubber
What do jihadi militants crave on break at the battlefront? Pringles are one frontline favourite. Another is non-alcoholicErika Solomon in Beirut
David Cameron’s long-awaited speech on Europe and immigration finally arrived on Friday, heralded by approbatory headlinesGeorge Parker, Political Editor
There is nothing quite like the prospect of “efficiency gains” to persuade shareholders that an ambitious takeover is worthNeil Collins
Shares in some of the world’s biggest energy groups have fallen sharply amid warnings that the plunge in oil prices in theChristopher Adams in London and Jonathan Guthrie in New York
UK energy regulator Ofgem has outlined tough annual price controls for power distributors that it claims will cut £2.1bnClaer Barrett
Possible EU treaty change, inbuilt discrimination against some migrants, the creation of a second tier of EU workers withAlex Barker in Brussels
The average price of a UK house hit another record in November but the pace at which values increased slowed for the thirdJohn Aglionby
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