Deutsche Bank seeks to cut €3.5bn costs

Germany’s biggest lender scales back profitability target

HSBC’s HK stock jumps on threat of HQ move

Trading volume soars, with 146.7m shares changing hands

US DoJ scuppers $30bn semiconductor merger

Deal between Japan’s Tokyo Electron and Applied Materials collapses

Atlas Mara to expand Rwandan banks stake

Bob Diamond-led venture in talks with Banque Populaire du Rwanda

Eurozone in push to spur Greek talks

Finance minister isolated as eurogroup chairman calls premier

Piëch departure leaves VW with large void

Chairman and key figure leaves amid power struggle

Ebay backs Google over Brussels inquiry

Auction site’s CEO says search group is rival in online shopping

Katherine Garrett-Cox, chief executive officer of Alliance Trust Plc ©Bloomberg

Apple set to be latest dollar victim

Currency strength set to wipe more than $2bn from quarterly sales

Prince Charles shuns fossil fuel shares

Heir joins charities and universities in stance on global warming

Landlords attack Labour’s rent control plan

Business groups say cap would deter investors

Top earners double share of income tax

Growing reliance on wealthy set to continue after election

Comment and Analysis

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The puzzle surrounding the German tech stock, which grows at breakneck speed and buys obscure payment companies

Scottish nationalists need tougher audit

Scottish National party has a mixed record in government

The Iran deal that never was

All the celebrations and lamentations disguise an awkward fact. There is no Iran nuclear deal

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"A central question now is are there similar creditors to Lehman's, investors that have effectively lent hundreds of millions or even billions of dollars to Greece when they don't know they have done so and will be shocked if a default leads to losses on their investments? Few Americans know what assets they really own by owning shares in mutual funds."
By Doug Cliggott on US fears a European sequel to Lehman Brothers

"Where does HSBC think it will be able to relocate? Hong Kong? Isn't the concern about China the reason why it moved to the UK in the first place. Singapore? In the long term is that where it wants to be? New York where the regulators are even more difficult? It does not really have too many choices but to sit tight."
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