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Quant investment strategies to take the place of out-of-favour active managers

Letter comes as White House seeks to unravel Obama greenhouse commitments

Semiconductor group wants to reduce reliance on western imports

Asian investor plans IPO as an exit for Elliott which has helped fund €740m purchase

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President lags far behind Barack Obama in making top political appointments

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President did not go as far as pulling US out of accord as he had threatened to do

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Government lawyers probe payments to women who alleged Ailes harassment

Stint at investment bank leaves centrist candidate vulnerable in French campaign

Concern rises as UK prepares to start process of leaving EU

Investment group becomes fifth largest shareholder in US electric carmaker

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US carmaker rejects activist’s shake-up proposal and four new board nominees

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Harassing young lovers betrays the country’s greatest traditions

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Oil prices rally and dollar pushes higher

The main talking points from the start of the FT’s Commodities Global Summit

First decline since 2009 comes as overall spending on financial data rises

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