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    Asia equities stumble in most key markets

    Wednesday 03:30 BST. The new quarter got off to a slow start as Asian equities stumbled in most key markets, but the moodPatrick McGee in Hong Kong

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    GoDaddy prices IPO at $20 a share

    GoDaddy, the web-hosting company that became known for its controversial ads, priced its initial public offering aboveNicole Bullock in New York and Richard Waters in San Francisco

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    Singapore’s law sets it apart and makes it hard to imitate

    No country presents a greater challenge to the convictions of a life-long democrat than Singapore. When I first visited inMichael Skapinker

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    Unsound infrastructure

    Politicians are anxious for big institutional investors to finance projects. But John Authers finds that leaders of big5m 14secs

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    That was the quarter that was

    The first quarter of 2015 saw a big gain in the dollar and further falls in the oil price, while bond yields fell the world3m 52secs

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    No one expects the Russian people to rise against the Kremlin

    Sir, Andrei Nekrasov very well understands the politics and passions of the Russian culture (“Russia looks to its history in

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    Eurozone experiment has created another German Question

    Sir, Wolfgang Münchau’s analysis, in “The real eurozone problems hidden under the bonnet” (March 30), is impeccable so far

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    Will outstanding skills extend to risk analysis?

    Sir, Gillian Tett, in “Wall Street’s finest head for the Valley” (March 27), draws insightful parallels between past

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    Stalled progress on equal pay and minimum wage

    Sir, Tim Harford’s article “Highs and lows of the minimum wage” (FT Magazine, March 28) draws an apt comparison between the

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    There is no external fix for Greece

    Sir, Desmond Lachman (Letters, March 30) proposes the use of “Grexodus” rather than “Grexit” to describe Greece’s possible

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