Oil leaders move to quash price rise talk

Exchange data show hedge funds have record bet on recovery

Brussels to push Greece on migrant conditions

Pressure on Athens to improve facilities so migrants can be sent back

EU probes rigging of $1.5tn debt market

Government-sponsored bond issuance under scrutiny

Voting begins in New Hampshire primary

Trump and Sanders lead in polls as Kasich wins early vote

Saudis discuss sending troops into Syria

Riyadh weighs setting up safe zone with Turkey and other allies

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Icahn nurses paper losses on energy bets

Activist’s company is trading at lowest level in three years

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UK property trusts suffer steep fall

Low oil prices and emerging market weakness curb investment

Viacom tumbles as Dauman defends record

Earnings disappoint but Redstone’s successor vows to lift stock

London whale boss fined nearly £800,000

FCA says Achilles Macris failed to tell it of trading concerns

Ten killed in head-on Bavaria train crash

More than 80 injured after collision south-east of Munich

Big Tech faces forced UK decryption move

Official pledge to respect web privacy at odds with GCHQ and MI5

Comment & Analysis

Ethiopia protests crushed by deadly force

Soaring land prices and corruption leave farmers fearful

Global energy beyond the here and now

Themes over next 20 years will be fast rising demand, natural gas and falling emissions, writes BP chief economist Spencer Dale

Tech entrepreneurs cut charitable donations

Finance and investment elite edge out Silicon Valley in philanthropy

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