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Decision reverses move by Obama administration last year

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US bank says risks are contained as it pushes for higher returns

Legal fight over quotas will test countries’ compliance with rules that they call unjust

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Attorney-general publicly humiliated as president’s personal standing takes precedence

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The deeper that special counsel Robert Mueller digs, the more the president panics

Investors push the premium companies have to pay to borrow close to lowest since crisis

Michael Gove prepares to follow lead set by France two weeks ago

Group already halfway to meeting ambitious console sales target of 10m units in 2017

McCain returns to Washington to cast vote allowing debate to begin

ECB debt purchase programme seen benefiting those who need it least, say analysts

Spirit of 19th-century liberator evoked by both sides ahead of crucial July 30 vote

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Regulator warns promoters skirting securities laws by issuing tokens on ‘virtual’ groups

Light dims on software berated by Apple’s Steve Jobs as having ‘major drawbacks’

Menu overhaul and discounts bring more Americans back into restaurants

President lashes out on Twitter at ‘very protectionist’ EU as Britain faces tough talks

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Janan Ganesh tells Lionel Barber that Brexit is a child of complacency, not pain

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Highlights

How a photography exhibition is helping to break sartorial stereotypes

Tobias Buck recalls how people rallied round during the financial crisis in a city known for its long lunches and long nights

The head of the anti-corruption campaign has many foes. But his supporters want him to become the next premier

Markets News

Investors push the premium companies have to pay to borrow close to lowest since crisis

Investors stoic even as bankers warn power shifting from debt sellers to buyers

Dollar finds support ahead of Fed rate call, oil gains on Saudi export pledge

Technology

New content is crucial to draw users in Japan and the US

Group already halfway to meeting ambitious console sales target of 10m units in 2017

Founders holding out to keep ecommerce group independent but SoftBank wants sale

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