Doubt cast on Modi’s hunt for black money

Sceptics question whether New Delhi probe will unearth secrets

BoE probes money auction rigging fears

Suspicion over possible manipulation of liquidity moves in 2007-8

China rate cut puts pressure on lenders

Policy changes set to squeeze bank profit margins

Report undercuts Benghazi attack claims

US lawmakers say officials did not deliberately mislead over consulate assault

Call to close short selling loophole

European lawmakers urge rethink on hedge fund anonymous bets

Stocks gain on China cut, Draghi hint

Euro slides on dovish speech by ECB president

Senators grill Dudley on bank regulation

New York Fed president accused of being too close to Wall Street

Chinese general caught with tonne of cash

Graft investigators take truckloads of money and gems from officer’s home

Crude slide sparks oil-related debt fears

Concern surrounds bonds and loans that fuelled US shale boom

Fed eyes curbs on bank commodities trade

Regulator to propose rule in 2015 to address concern over risk

China police detain teachers after strike

Rare instance of public sector labour unrest in the country

Comment and Analysis

China ends world’s oldest monopoly

Country’s salt monopoly, in place since 7th century BC, set to be dismantled

Cosby rejected by a betrayed America

Sexual assault allegations cast a pall over a TV icon

Real fall tracks more than Brazil’s woes

Cheaper energy helps US compete with emerging market rivals, writes Henny Sender

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