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Decision on case, which predates current trade war, opens the door for retaliation from Beijing

Start-up plans to use information strips it calls ‘threads’ to bring medical advances

Fund manager who called subprime mortgage crisis predicts US rates will touch zero

Only 4 Republicans back censure of US president for telling congresswomen to ‘go back’

Instagram influencers have broken into the personal brand market led by superstar artists

A bank once owned by oligarch Igor Kolomoisky is set to be a defining issue for the new president

Gap between the top five fundraisers and the rest of the presidential field grows

A rise in the peso and slowdown in inflation buoys president after a rough patch

Fitch lowers rating for debt of eyebrow cosmetics specialist Anastasia Beverly Hills

Maritime analysts warn of escalation into dangerous confrontation in disputed waters

Wells Fargo shares fall, Goldman Sachs rises as investors focus on Fed’s impact

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Health experts connect debut of 13 Reasons Why with rise in deaths

Chief says US policymakers are ‘more keenly aware’ of international economic environment

US lawmakers label social group ‘dangerous’ and cryptocurrency a ‘crazy experiment’

Cash injection for state oil company to help build a new refinery and lift production

Opinion

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Four new books examine the leader’s hold over the vast nation through the lens of history

Fast growth for products such as yoghurt and cheese alternatives

Apart from China and India, there is little sign that developing economies are converging with the developed world

Markets News

Washington’s FX policy has oscillated between heavy interventions and benign neglect

Fund manager who called subprime mortgage crisis predicts US rates will touch zero

Fast growth for products such as yoghurt and cheese alternatives

Technology

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Vestager questions how US tech giant treats third party sellers in its marketplace

Democratic governments are falling down on their responsibilities

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