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New national security adviser is named after China tariff policy sends stocks tumbling


Secretary of state fired via Twitter by the US president talks of ‘mean-spirited town’

John Dowd quits as president turns to personal attacks against special counsel

Ex-Trump strategist linked to Cambridge Analytica plays down involvement in political targeting

Analysis Drug prices

Flu victim should have paid much less for her medication, data show

Chief’s comments after Cambridge Analytica scandal meet mixed response

In London, parenting feels like less of a competitive sport than in New York

Executive admits social network ‘caught flat-footed’ by Cambridge Analytica data leak

Bank thinks ambitions for Quorum arm more readily achieved as standalone

Bank chief received $28.3m last year, 364 times more than median worker

Five nations considering co-ordinated expulsion of Russian diplomats, say envoys 


Government argues Time Warner merger would result in higher prices and worse service

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Analysis US economy

New chair sticks to steady course as US central bank enters perilous political waters

Big banks face online competition after offering rock-bottom yields to retail customers

Footage seems to show car heading straight into woman walking bicycle across road

A decade after the financial crisis, the quality of the investment grade market is deteriorating


Video US gun violence

Surprising statistics on US firearms ahead of "March for our Lives"


Special Report Watches & Jewellery

A collision in an obscure galaxy, recorded last year, has revealed its violent birth

Special Report Investing in Mendoza

With Mendoza hosting this week’s Inter-American Development Bank meeting, the FT put questions to its president

Current efforts to combat climate change far from enough, warns IEA

Markets News

Treasuries rise sharply while early gains for sterling evaporate

S&P slips into the red for the year and Vix jumps back above long-term average of 20


A decade after the financial crisis, the quality of the investment grade market is deteriorating


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