‘National team’ powers China stock rally

Latest short selling ban seen as largely symbolic

Greek banks fall a further 30%

Sector makes heavy losses as pace of wider selling eases

BMW steers sales away from China

Dollar’s strength is helping to drive move towards the US

Rajan stresses RBI policy independence

India bank governor allays fears over New Delhi power curb

Pimco’s Total Return ETF probed by SEC

Asset manager under investigation over securities valuations

Move to seize North Korea ship in Mexico

Family of abducted pastor files petition after $330m US ruling

Carmakers braced for more Indonesia pain

Production curtailed as steep discounts fail to spur sales

China concerns bring Apple down to earth

Shares hit lowest level since January as other tech stocks suffer

Tom Hayes: ‘The Machiavelli of Libor’

Ex-trader had near-legendary status among fellow expats in Tokyo

Promontory suspended over StanChart work

NY regulator challenges consultancy over Iran sanctions review

Gulliver plays down pivot to Asia strategy

HSBC chief denies market volatility in China has affected plans

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