Instability in China and low commodities prices have hit emerging markets; could these in turn weaken the US and developed world?
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Time is money for emerging markets

Record levels of reserves give troubled countries a window for reform

Cameron must stop drift towards Brexit

Delay in making pro-EU case cedes ground to the ‘out’ campaign

UK banking’s sorry tale draws to a close

Mis-sold payments insurance showed the industry at its very worst

Happy birthday to a united Germany

Europe’s leading nation today needs its allies to pull their weight

Communication remains right tool for Draghi

The case for further stimulus is not yet clear. Better to watch and wait

Black cabs block Fleet Street, London, in a protest against the Uber taxi app
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Tory penchant for protecting big business

Ministers could do more to defend the free market in some sectors

Carney warning on carbon’s financial risk

The BoE is rightly worried about the dangers posed by climate change

Cyborg brains are heading this way, soon

World must look beyond medical marvels of memory enhancement

New Labour leader Jerermy Corbyn will tell the party conference: 'I love this country'

Corbyn speaks to party, not country

Labour leader appeals to members over the heads of his queasy MPs

Putin attempts to come in from the cold

The US should treat Russia’s Syria initiative with extreme caution

Catalonia needs to step back from brink

Sunday’s regional poll does not give it the right to break with Spain

China takes global climate change lead

Beijing’s commitments on the environment should be praised

Corbyn confronts a divided Labour party

The new leader cannot duck hard choices, notably on Trident

Abe must keep focus on first three arrows

It is useful progress that Japan is no longer the deflationary outlier

VW’s deception tarnishes big business

The company has damaged its industry and other large corporations

UN obsession with global poverty targets

Helping the world’s poor has to be more than an accounting exercise

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Europe must not create a Balkanised internet

A court judgment to stop transatlantic data transfers carries risks

British steel industry needs a level playing field

The sector urgently requires compensation for high costs of energy

Banking cannot prosper within a culture of fear

There is little to dread from the risks taken by well-capitalised banks

The Pope’s pathbreaking address to Congress

Capitol Hill should not confuse the pontiff’s agenda with politics

The real cost of high pharmaceutical prices

Overcharging is leading to unacceptable financialisation

UK’s unbalanced relationship with China

Trade dominated by Chinese investment and carries risks for Britain

Volkswagen makes a monumental blunder

No one accidentally installs software designed to fool the regulator

Tsipras’s long-shot chance to achieve reform

The Greek election has given its prime minister a fresh mandate

Kids Company closure...Staff and supporters from the charity Kids Company march to Downing Street in London to protest against its closure.
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Britain’s charities need better oversight

Recent scandals point to shortcomings in the voluntary sector



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