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Lenders fearing ‘cliff-edge’ Brexit cut €350bn of holdings tied to Britain

US groups report strong start as UK figures show small rise in spending

Party leader says any coalition deal must be put to party members

Complaints that sexualised remarks had been left alongside content featuring children

Five FT writers share their personal stories of how dementia has affected their family

He is a ruthless survivor, taking on a role his former mentor held for 37 years

Princes and businessmen begin transferring funds and assets to pay for freedom

Explosion recorded near location of vessel which was carrying 44 crew members

Brussels sees little room for ‘bespoke’ aviation deal if Britain exits single market

Mugabe’s old ally promises democratic rebirth but faces stern economic challenge

Varadkar’s push to block hard border compromised by Fianna Fáil motion against deputy

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Stanley Druckenmiller and Julian Robertson among those with concentrated sector longs

Anger over inequality turns Frente Amplio into country’s third-largest political force

Jump in short-dated issuance expected to influence Fed tightening

UK group hopes to ape success of tequila and take cachaça upmarket and global


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Mideast expert Roula Khalaf on future of PM Saad al-Hariri and Hizbollah

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Sichuan turkey, fried rice and sour-and-hot soup: recipes to refresh the Christmas menu

Algebris chief would move his business in a second if told he must hire British first

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Stanley Druckenmiller and Julian Robertson among those with concentrated sector longs

Euro climbs to two-month peak against dollar

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Build-up to talks heightens expectations of volatility for assets


LSE crisis; Foxconn, Tencent, Uber and Nippon Paint also in the news

Software companies must modernise as viewers change their habits

The hack of customer data revealed this week is the latest episode from former CEO Travis Kalanick’s tenure that could damage the company

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