GSK fined £37m for stifling rival drug

Regulator acts over payments to delay copycat anti-depressants

World powers agree swift Syria ceasefire

Munich talks spark US-Russia led move for nationwide truce

Europe strives to rally after fraught week

Banks bounce while gold and Bunds suffer profit-taking

First-time buyers spend £70k on rent

Years of high-cost renting prevents tenants saving for a deposit

Eurozone economy shows sluggish 0.3% growth

Italy’s recovery dims and German growth fails to pick up in final quarter of 2015

Clinton shifts tactics in debate

Sanders holds his own on foreign policy as Clinton attempts attack

US and European junk bonds tumble

Investors reject high-yield issues in flight to haven assets

Gross, Pimco rivalry hinges on US economy

Investor pins hopes of beating former company on gloom

Colliding black holes prove Einstein right

Breakthrough ‘a wonderful vindication of Einstein’s masterwork’

Dimon defies sell-off in $26m stock buy

JPMorgan chief sends bullish signal with order for 500,000 shares

UK battles Paris and Berlin on City rules

Turf war could be turning point over regulatory responsibility

Comment & Analysis

Short sellers eye London property stocks

There is trouble ahead for high-end property developers

M&A — China’s world of debt

State-owned companies are buying big but the stability of these billion-dollar deals is in question

Beware Amazon pensions, warns UK minister

Ros Altmann on disruption in the auto-enrolment market

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