China data hurt stocks and commodities

Yen, gold and Treasuries gain as risk appetite wanes

UK output hit by sterling and China fears

Fall in PMI raises concerns for rebalancing of economy

PM agrees to change EU referendum question

Electoral Commission says current phrasing biased towards status quo

Chinese bid for Novo Banco collapses

Exclusive talks between Anbang and Portuguese lender terminated

Whirlpool makes approach for Aga

Board says it will recommend earlier bid from Middleby

Oil surges 25% in three trading sessions

US data and hint of change of thinking inside Opec provide boost

China turns up heat on market players

Whereabouts of top hedge fund manager unclear as probe escalates

China urges companies to shore up market

Regulators call for dividends, buybacks and M&A to help stop rot

Clinton faces fresh email scrutiny

Release of messages includes 150 containing classified information

South Korea exports plunge 14.7%

Biggest fall in 6 years as China slowdown hits country’s economy

Palmer’s Mineralogy sues Citic for A$10bn

Australian tycoon intensifies legal battle with Chinese group

Comment & Analysis

KPMG to open own Mayfair members club

Admission to select London townhouse open to clients or partners

DDMWGN Kensington Kinema, Leonard Place, Kensington, London, 1928. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company
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Picture palaces fall prey to developers

Landmark façades in high street being razed at an alarming rate

Moral hazard and abundant seed capital

Selling equity to venture capitalists has become a lucrative business model, writes Murad Ahmed

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