Malaysia’s PM fights for his political life

Central bank calls for criminal proceedings against 1MDB fund

Oil prices rally on Mideast tensions

Brent crude settles at $52.65 as US House votes to end export ban

GE to sell $30bn chunk of finance unit

Wells Fargo in frame as move aims to help cut regulatory burden

Gross suit throws up battle of bonus pool

Central question of complaint asks how much is a star bond investor worth

Gloomy global outlook stalks ministers

‘New recipe’ needed to stimulate growth, says Lagarde

Dell edges nearer to EMC deal

Cash and stock offer would value storage group at over $50bn

Red faces as banker revs up Ferrari IPO

Carmaker forced to correct UBS CEO for comments about its listing

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    The restaurateur behind Wagamama and Hakkasan wants to bring old-fashioned glamour back to Mayfair

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    The film-maker first tasted the Bolivian spirit while filming ‘Che’. Soon after, he became a global distributor

  • Kenya’s coffee hour

    Café society is taking off in a nation of tea drinkers

US scraps move to form Syrian rebel force

Switch to arming local groups fuels risk of proxy war with Russia

StanChart to axe 1,000 top manager jobs

CEO Bill Winters’ move part of new strategy for bank

Apple pulls mobile app adblocker

Move to withdraw Been Choice from app store

Pyongyang parade to highlight party power

Event marks renewed prominence acquired by the ruling party

Comment & Analysis

China credit scores raise Orwellian fears

Ratings based not just on finances but also social networks


Fed rate mystery keeps dollar fears alive

A stronger greenback has the potential to batter EMs

Jack is back at Twitter and Martin Wolf uncut

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