Global trade hit by EM currency weakness

Imports reduced without benefit to export volumes, FT study finds

East-west tensions break out over sharing migrants

Merkel warns passport-free zone being put at risk

Oil surges 25% in three trading sessions

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

US to hit Chinese hackers with sanctions

Obama sees growing threat to US economic and security interests

Police officer killed in Kiev clashes

Protesters oppose reforms giving eastern regions more autonomy

Google under fire for India market abuse

Initial regulators’ report suggest breaches of competition law

KPMG to open own Mayfair members club

But only clients or partners can get past select location’s door

Osborne hails Scottish investments

SNP denounces chancellor’s arrogance over Faslane cash

Russian law sparks web surveillance fears

New rule requires companies to store data onshore

London and Dublin to intervene in Stormont crisis

Unionists split in aftermath of murder of two former IRA gunmen

League cries foul at new US Soccer rules

NASL alleges attempts to move to Division I are being blocked

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