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Social Democrats and Christian Democrats neck and neck as country heads for likely three-way coalition
US president’s popularity is falling amid a party split over economic policy and a looming government shutdown
State intervention gathers pace as second bond deadline looms for indebted property developer
Nordic island joins Rwanda and Cuba in having more women than men at the top level of national politics
French defence contractor says Australia faces penalty clauses after pulling out of A$90bn contract in favour of rival Aukus deal
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Majority of voters support the reform in all 26 cantons, including the most traditionally socially conservative
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Biden’s security pact with UK and Australia comes at the cost of deep resentment in Paris and Brussels
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Failure to reform inheritance will leave Gatsby-level inequality intact
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Beijing coal financing announcement and funding pledge from Biden inject rare note of optimism
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The prime minister has plans to transform the country. But does he have the skills to mobilise the government machinery?
Having made billions available to households, companies and governments to borrow during the pandemic, the brakes are now being applied
Bulls like Ray Dalio and Howard Marks spar with more downbeat managers such as Kyle Bass
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Country’s central bank seeks to stop residents trading on overseas exchanges
Gorillas and Flink try to take on Getir in a merry-go-round of funding and merger talks