Democrats in turmoil over email leaks

Wasserman Schultz stepping down as chairman of DNC

Isis claims German suicide bomb attack

Explosion raises fears that country is new jihadi target

Goldman blamed for role in BHS deal

MPs say bank lent credibility to sale to curry favour with Green

Aberdeen suffers 13th quarter of outflows

UK property fund rocked by EU referendum result

Nintendo hit after playing down Pokémon Go

Investors sell $6bn in shares after warning of low earnings impact

China enacts news ban

Clearest signal yet that Xi aiming at complete control of media

SportPesa signs Hull City sponsorship deal

Investment is ‘scaling of a Kenyan brand’ into global market

Ryanair targets a price war and growth

Low-cost airline will cut capacity at London’s Stansted airport

BT makes last-ditch Openreach offer

Telecoms group seeks to head off regulatory break-up

Trump threatens to pull US out of WTO

Candidate warns of withdrawal if plans to repatriate jobs are challenged

May aims to allay Brexit fears in Belfast

PM will promise no reinstatement of ‘hard border’ in Ireland

Comment & Analysis

Nice attack dims Hollande’s fading hope

President’s uncertain response to terrorism strips him of his only electoral asset

Italian lessons in power over profit

The risk that close business relationships turn rotten applies everywhere

An ugly year to be a coal bear

Beijing’s decision to ease production has sent prices higher and wrongfooted traders

Conversation starters: Comments from our readers

"From the outside, at least, it seems to me that the German tradition is to educate people for their work, that is offer in-house training, which is specific and work related. In the UK the 'stupid' aspiration is for 50% to be sent to university, with none, or very little, work specific training. Perhaps this is why German industry, as whole, is superior to that in the UK."
Experiential on ‘Verteilungskampf’, by Marcel Fratzscher



"If your financial advisor tells you to adjust your portfolio every so often based on various potential future outcomes, fire him. Your asset allocation should already be set up to weather all conditions based on your risk tolerances and financial goals."
dave on Calm markets raise big risks for complacent investors



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