London whale boss fined nearly £800,000

FCA says Achilles Macris failed to tell it of trading concerns

Wall Street nudges higher after sell-off

Europe stocks pare losses but Nikkei sheds 5.4%

US bank stocks sell-off: five reasons

Lenders lose more than a quarter of market value so far in 2016

EU bloc faces plan to share gas in crises

Move to bolster energy security of nations dependent on Russia

Ten killed in head-on Bavaria train crash

More than 80 injured after collision south-east of Munich

SoundCloud to seek more funding in 2016

Music streaming service discloses it will need further investment

Voting begins in New Hampshire primary

Trump and Sanders lead in polls as Kasich wins early vote

Dauman defends Viacom record

Earnings disappoint but media group chief vows to lift share price

Swedbank ousts chief executive

Lender seeks new leader to take it ‘to the next level’

Tech entrepreneurs cut charitable donations

Finance and investment elite edge out Silicon Valley in philanthropy

Ethiopia protests crushed by deadly force

Soaring land prices and corruption leave farmers fearful

Comment & Analysis

Shia village simmers amid Saudi crackdown

Home town of executed cleric Nimr al-Nimr in frontline of conflict

Hedge funds target a weaker renminbi

Timing matters for investors betting against the currency and China’s central bank

Global energy beyond the here and now

Themes over next 20 years will be fast rising demand, natural gas and falling emissions, writes BP chief economist Spencer Dale

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