World’s biggest pension fund hit by $52bn loss

Japan’s GPIF blames Brexit vote and US jobs data for tumble in stocks

Antoine Griezmann of Atlético Madrid, Mauro Emanuel Icardi of Inter Milan and Kevin De Bruyne
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China $2bn football spree stirs fans’ fears

Clubs in Europe question whether new owners have the commitment needed to fight for long-term success

China battle drives Uber to $1.3bn loss

Heavy spending in big emerging markets hits ride-hailing company

South32 reports $16bn net loss for year

Company spun out of BHP Billiton is looking at acquisitions

PE backer of port producer WH Group cuts stake

CDH Investments to sell down a third of its holding for $1.2bn

Monsanto steps up India cotton dispute

US group pulls new seeds from country in protest over royalties

Self-driving taxis hit the road in Singapore

US start-up nuTonomy launches world’s first public trial

Discounters shake up Australian grocery

Foreign no-frills rivals chip away at Woolworths-Coles duopoly

As China slows, investors look elsewhere

Emerging markets are flattered by the view that they are the least bad option, writes James Kynge

Steel slowdown for G20 risk for iron ore

Reports Beijing will suspend production comes at a tricky moment

Chinese tech FDI: the great awakening

Tech giants tend to focus on home market but this is changing

Samsung’s new Galaxy Note outsells supply

Robust demand for new device underlines Samsung’s revived fortunes in smartphone market

Wesfarmers profit hit by Target and coal woes

UK expansion of Bunnings bright spot for Australian conglomerate

China tech fundraising accelerates

Fintech groups in Asia raise $9.6bn in first half

Qantas resumes dividends on record profit

Carrier returns capital to shareholders as turnround boosted

Cofco to secure full Nidera ownership

Chinese food group seeks to become leading agricultural trader

China’s Anbang explores public listing

Acquisitive financial group asks banks for pitches

SGX considers dual-class voting rights

Singapore bourse looks to boost attractiveness for IPOs

China poised for credit default swap market

People’s Bank of China looks set to approve the hedging schemes

China Inc has sights beyond Liverpool

Country’s spending spree shows signs of picking up

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