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Defenders of Trump’s stance on white nationalism square up to moderates over policy

Agency claims failed US lenders lost money because rate was manipulated downward

Rise of single currency complicates central bank’s efforts to hit inflation target

President is unbowed by broad criticism of his response to white nationalist violence

Stock markets are flushed with central bank liquidity and boosted by moderate growth

By many measurements, today’s stock markets are overvalued but investors are struggling to work out when or if a crash will come

The auction house is adapting to a customer base buying from home or the beach house

Investors could pair new shares with cut-price stock from existing holders

Cyber attack comes after ‘Game of Thrones’ scripts were stolen last month

How central banks created the most curious legacy of the financial crisis

Two other democracy campaigners sentenced to between 6 and 8 months imprisonment

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‘Public confessionals veer from repentant to indignant, reflective to grotesque’

Ecommerce investments pay off for world’s largest retailer in online battle with Amazon

Berkshire Hathaway bid for Oncor may be stymied by Eliott debt holding

Over trout in Washington, the economist discusses his fears over US post-crisis banking

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Donald Trump’s strategist attacks Beijing, heightening tensions

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The auction house is adapting to a customer base buying from home or the beach house

Over trout in Washington, the economist discusses his fears over US post-crisis banking

Analysis Airlines

Lufthansa’s talks for parts of carrier’s business called ‘a conspiracy’ by Ryanair

Markets News

By many measurements, today’s stock markets are overvalued but investors are struggling to work out when or if a crash will come

Wall Street slides while euro takes a hit from ECB minutes

EU authorities relied on ‘incomplete information’ in €1 deal, say bondholders

Technology

US specialists will have the lead in event of an arms race

Pre-tax losses of $58.2m as group aims to commercialise university and military inventions

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