Goldman 1MDB woes deepen on conflict suit

EON claims fraudulent misrepresentations over Malaysian bank deal

Hedge funds see $20.7bn outflows in June

Industry suffers longest string of quarterly withdrawals since 2009

Clinton makes history as female nominee

Former president Bill Clinton prepares to address DNC convention

Lone wolves raise the tempo of terror

Social media has boosted jihadis’ ability to generate followers

Isis terror spreads to Normandy

Police shoot dead 2 attackers who murdered priest in his church

Fed policy losing power for the dollar

A rate rise is unlikely to turbocharge the US currency

Twitter drops on weak advertising outlook

Daily active users grow as group reports $107m quarterly net loss

AB InBev bid for SABMiller loses its fizz

Shareholder objections amid Brexit currency falls could sink deal

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Saudis in bid for Grosvenor and Plaza hotels

Wealth funds in offer to Subrata Roy’s Sahara group

EDF investors agree Hinkley funding

Agreement paves the way for decision on £18bn UK nuclear plant

UniCredit shakes up senior management

Mustier to take direct control of strategy, risk and cost structure

Comment & Analysis

Ukip needs to reshape or it will die

The party that brought us Brexit is locked in a battle to redefine itself, writes Sebastian Payne

Waitress with tattooed arms opens my eyes

Notebook: The right wing is pulling in votes from the young, writes Anne-Sylvaine Chassany

Mayer, Yahoo and sexist stereotyping

Her leadership gave rise to gender-charged debates she could never win, writes Leslie Hook

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