Reserves in emerging markets shrink

Concerns over US policy trigger first fall in two decades

Newhouse family enters cable’s top tier

Low profile Condé Nast owners gain broadband sway in Charter deal

US created 189,000 jobs in March — ADP

Lacklustre data comes ahead of official employment figures

Stocks start new quarter in volatile mood

Dollar and Treasury yields slip after disappointing data

GoDaddy prices IPO at $20 a share

Lossmaking web domain group to use proceeds to pay back debt

China-led AIIB attracts rush of applicants

Bank set for almost 50 founding members despite US lobbying

World’s oldest person dies at 117 in Japan

Death highlights country’s ageing population

Reputation hit worsens Lufthansa’s woes

Carrier faces rising competition and worker-relations strife

Chipmaker Qualcomm sets out China designs

US company is on a mission to move past antitrust sanctions

Japan Inc reins in spending plans

Tankan survey shows companies expect conditions to deteriorate

Shankar quits StanChart to set up PE fund

Lender’s head of Emea plans to start his own venture

Comment and Analysis

White House hopefuls test donation limits

Fundraising rules can be sidestepped ahead of a formal campaign

China rally leaves investors conflicted

Choice of buying stocks in Shanghai at a premium or hoping HK will deliver

Q&A: Indiana’s ‘religious freedom’ law

The legislation is the latest skirmish in America’s culture wars

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