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Property tycoon turned politician vows to make America ‘greater than ever before’

News outlets limited to state media content as testing time looms for bilateral ties

Stimulus averted hard landing but financial and geopolitical risks are building

Ombudsman inquiry will take on Draghi’s membership of Group of Thirty forum

Benoît Hamon’s radical ideas highlight ideological rift in Socialist party

Over smorrebrod in San Francisco, the entrepreneur explains why wearables are doomed

Silicon Valley fears vilification like bankers for prospering at expense of everyman

The swearing-in of the new president will be greeted with both joy and trepidation

Joaquín Guzmán, who twice escaped from maximum security jails, is sent to face trial

Latest legal test for foreign groups in Southeast Asia’s largest nation

Executives seek to win time to decide how many jobs to shift out of London

Beijing introduces rules to curb spending on foreign players and boost local game

US news

New president takes office with agenda that marks radical break with the past

Three days of carefully stage-managed pomp and ceremony kick off in the US capital

Chair argues for measured drawdown in monetary support as economy strengthens

Crude found in the Permian Basin straddling Texas and New Mexico is an M&A hotspot

















This eight-day programme helps you clean your digital profile

An account of how an obscure financial benchmark was rigged reads at times like a thriller

A standout day at Paris menswear: Louis Vuitton, Rick Owens, Dries Van Noten, Off White AW17 show reports

Markets News

Stock markets mixed and government bond yields move higher

Fossil fuel industry’s glee will be harder to translate into returns

Analysis Equities

S&P 500 index has climbed 6% since election day


Chinese car-sharing company capitulates to regulators after years of laissez-faire

Updates from two Aim-quoted companies send shares above level of last year’s IPOs

Silicon Valley fears vilification like bankers for prospering at expense of everyman

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