Investors slash exposure to the euro

QE and negative interest rates erode single currency

Vedanta aims to cut debt despite oil slump

India-focused resources group responds to fall in commodity prices

UK blocks sale of North Sea fields to Fridman fund

Risk that Russia sanctions could affect UK energy production

China acts as slowdown fears mount

Central bank cuts interest rates amid concerns over threat of deflation

Pugachev claims he cannot afford lawyers

‘Kremlin’s banker’ says fortune has been wiped out by legal bills and expropriation of assets

Buffett vows no Berkshire spin-offs

50th anniversary of shareholder letter defends conglomerate structure

Investors optimistic about Modi budget

India to slow pace of fiscal consolidation and focus on infrastructure

Mise en lumière de la Tour Montparnasse

WoodMac considers £1.6bn takeover bids

Buyout group Hellman & Friedman exploring exit options

China’s wild panda population rebounds

Intensive conservation efforts and a decline in poaching pay off

Pegida brings anti-Islam message to the UK

German group holds rally in Newcastle

Estonia party linked to Putin heads polls

Edgar Savisaar’s centrist party has slim lead before Sunday vote

Comment and Analysis

Fund managers on the Iranian frontier

If sanctions are lifted, country becomes a tempting investment

Fed stimulus ‘only now being fully felt’

Fischer defends low US rates and swelling of balance sheet to $4.5tn

Photobooks at Donlon Books in Hackney, east London, including Lorenzo Vitturi’s ‘Dalston Anatomy’
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Why photobooks are booming in a digital age

Instead of killing off the printed page, technology has enabled photographers to design and print their own books

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