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Investors shift into gold and bonds as hopes of business-friendly US policies wobble

Scandal-hit figure faces charges of bribery, abuse of power and leaking state secrets

Activist Alexei Navalny held as estimated 20-30,000 demonstrators defy police ban

Augmented reality device could replace smartphone as consumers’ primary computing tool

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German lender’s chief is taking a stronger personal grip on the American business

The 262 words of the EU divorce clause could be the key to Britain’s future

How the retailer has become one of the biggest recruiters of MBA graduates

SPD challenger Schulz’s first serious setback raises chancellor’s election hopes

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Study of US battleground state Tweets finds propaganda overwhelming mainstream media 

President Trump’s review of the controversial law has prompted calls for a postponement

Company hopes this week’s phone launch can draw line under Note 7 safety scandal

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President reacts to congressional setback by tweeting that system ‘will explode’

Car-booking group suspends pilot service with autonomous vehicles after collision

Some of the group’s lenders favour Westinghouse being placed in bankruptcy protection

Nafta threat forces search for alternative suppliers in Brazil and Argentina

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Driving to work with Beethoven, Mozart and Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy

Central bank governor says she has received threats from those with vested interests

Convergence with richer countries may give emerging markets room to manoeuvre

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Investors shift into gold and bonds as hopes of business-friendly US policies wobble

White House insists tax reform will prove simpler but defeat has sown doubts

Barclays launches gold ETF on Nairobi’s stock exchange and more could follow

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Augmented reality device could replace smartphone as consumers’ primary computing tool

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Car-booking group suspends pilot service with autonomous vehicles after collision

Groups seek action to protect them against ads appearing next to extremist content

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