Greek investors braced for market restart

Exchange predicted to fall in value after five-week closure

Karpelès quizzed on great bitcoin mystery

Mt Gox founder questioned on exchange’s missing digital currency

As Clinton slips, some Democrats eye Biden

US campaign gaffes have alarmed many donors and even allies

Dollar’s gain slices $100bn off US sales

Stronger greenback adds to large American multinationals’ difficulties in seeking growth abroad

Rightwing militia puts Kiev in its sights

Leader of Right Sector battalion turns on Ukraine’s president

Bin Laden family members killed in jet crash

Private plane comes down in Hampshire car park

Rolls Royce engines

Rolls-Royce urged to accelerate cost cuts

Largest shareholder wants core aerospace business targeted

Pilot Marc Lajuenesse waits for take off in the cockpit of a Gulfstream jet during a demonstration of a prototype infrared technology developed by Honeywell ©Bloomberg

Uber faces the ‘last 1bn person market’

Taxi app is arming itself for tough fight in India against local competitor Ola

Commodities fall hits capital expenditure

S&P predicts spending will fall more than 10% this year

Morgan Stanley brokers in pay dispute

Bank says issues caused by ‘one-off situations’

China capital outflows spark debate

Some see signs of waning confidence, others see liberalisation

Comment & Analysis

‘The Conservative Heart’, by Arthur Brooks

Happy days for America’s angry party

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foto; Herman van Heusden
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The thrill of the sea or mountains provides an enriching challenge

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