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President’s name written into Communist party constitution at start of second 5-year term

Bank moves to provide research in Europe before market rules come into force

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German lender is working with Goldman Sachs and Rothschild as European rivals circle

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Fund now on par with Renaissance with assets under management reaching more than $50bn

Analysis Brexit

UK stock exchange faces off with Deutsche Börse as US regulator sends warning

The technology may yet end up in the dustbin of innovation failures

Centres from Vancouver to Chihuahua show interest in group’s 50,000 high-paying jobs

US agriculture lobbyists warn some could end up paying higher taxes after reforms

European Council president’s remarks come after PM said next step is for Brussels

Unicredit reveals fall in operating income after accidentally sending figures to analysts and investors

Jury rejects Mark Johnson’s defence that ‘pre-hedging’ is standard industry practice

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Ted Pick has been tipped as a potential successor to CEO James Gorman

Schwab was among parties interested in buying US’s most highly valued online lender

DRW and others are seeking to profit from the wild price swings of bitcoin

New report says analyst research from investment banks is priced unrealistically high

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Leading tech companies are set to report quarterly earnings

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Good public transport, scarcity of parking and traffic jams are putting young people off driving

Microsoft’s chief executive outlines how empathy can change corporate culture

Developing countries at risk of losing cheap manufacturing if leisurewear companies accelerate automation

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Analysis Brexit

UK stock exchange faces off with Deutsche Börse as US regulator sends warning

Fund now on par with Renaissance with assets under management reaching more than $50bn

Stocks struggle for momentum after Wall Street’s record-breaking run falters

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Technology

Britain’s economy loses out on £2bn a year through a dearth of female entrepreneurs

The technology may yet end up in the dustbin of innovation failures

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