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Japan enters new JGB era as yen rises and stocks swoon

Kasich wins big victory in tiny town

Sanders leaves Clinton behind as voting starts in New Hampshire

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More than 100 injured after collision in Bavaria

Tech industry cuts charitable donations

Financial elite edge out Silicon Valley in 2015 philanthropic rankings

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Radical groups among protesters in running battles with police

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Hedge funds short London luxury homes

Berkeley targeted amid signs overseas buyers deserting market

Risk parity strategy shows strain

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