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Traditionally dominant SPD and CDU/CSU must woo smaller parties to determine who becomes chancellor
Oxford study of developed nations finds American men hit hardest by pandemic
Strict emissions targets as well as rising coal prices are putting industry under pressure
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Overseas operators restrict services after Beijing bans all digital currency activities
Hong Kong shares of Chinese property group unit fall by as much as a quarter as liquidity crisis broadens
Sofr-linked futures and swaps gather volume despite lenders’ hesitation over new benchmark
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Few expected the labour shortages now crimping developed economies — but few also now expect them to end soon
Scientists seek breakthrough in effort to ease virus symptoms and speed up recovery times
Health authorities are pouring vast sums into efforts to find a cure
The arrival of thousands of migrants at the Texan border with Mexico has been met with crackdowns
Nancy Pelosi hints votes are not yet there for spending bill as deadline to avoid government shutdown looms
Biden’s security pact with UK and Australia comes at the cost of deep resentment in Paris and Brussels
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The German election ought to open up new possibilities for the EU — if only it could take them
Aerospace group confident it can deliver a plane powered by gas by 2035, but warns state and regulatory support is needed
Probe that dismissed concerns may have suffered from conflict of interest, whistleblower says
Former Tesco chief Dave Lewis behind £16bn Xlinks’ project to take solar and wind energy from north Africa to Britain
Three bank bosses buck the trend of shrinking tenure, the economics of curtailing abortion access
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Having made billions available to households, companies and governments to borrow during the pandemic, the brakes are now being applied
Brent crude rallies to highest level in almost three years
Home fitness craze generates debt packages for institutional investors
Falling price of steelmaking ingredient has hit stocks despite record company profits and dividends
Huobi cannot expect to offset fully its client losses
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