Call for EU to tackle China over steel

UK, Germany and others warn of ‘risk of collapse’ for industry

Argentina offers $6.5bn to debt holdouts

Buenos Aires aims to end US ‘sovereign debt trial of the century’

Powerful earthquake shakes Taiwan

At least 13 dead and hundreds injured in southern city of Tainan

Mayfair restaurants are off

Chefs packing up and cashing in on soaring West End rents

Lending to emerging markets comes to halt

BIS fears ‘vicious’ circle’ of deleveraging and turmoil

Bond yields send recession signal

Universe of negative yielding debt grows beyond $5tn as central banks indicate further easing

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Greece’s anti-corruption tsar retires

Former supreme court justice Leandros Rakintzis, aged 78, steps down 6 years later than planned

Footpaths across Hyde Park, London

HSBC pays $470m to settle mortgage claims

US authorities say bank broke rules before seizing homes

Top UK businesses unprepared for Brexit

FTSE blue-chips making few contingency plans

US tech companies in data sharing talks

Negotiations with Britain to handover suspicious emails and chats

Rare 1957 Ferrari sold for over €32m

Two bidders race over Le Mans 400bhp veteran

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