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China navy sails ships off Alaska coast

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Europe criticises Cameron’s No to migrants

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Risk parity funds suffer a cruel summer

Market volatility takes its toll on a misunderstood strategy

Banks should not game accounting rules

New standards governing bank worth need to be tougher

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Tesco: Won down

Retailer is close to selling its Korean stores. It should think carefully about how to use the proceeds

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