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Spring meetings end with call for firm action by US Treasury secretary

Paris-led effort to convince Trump comes after US measures send metals prices soaring

Authorities loosen grip on rates to promote ‘managed competition’ for customer funds


Application withdrawn after claims listing amounted to forbidden ‘marketing of faith’

Beck Interiors has won an overseas reputation for its flair in fitting out buildings

The UK needs a controlled but open system to attract investment and address shortages

Deal works around $9bn Rosneft stake sale, which remains unsettled

The arrest of two black men in a Philadelphia branch of the chain highlights US companies’ struggle to find the right response to social issues as sensitive as race

US president hits out after Saudi energy minister says world has ‘capacity’ to absorb higher prices

US has accused Russia and Syria of tampering with site of alleged chemical attack

Analysis Currencies

Monetary authority paves way for further intervention

The Millennials

They came of age around 2000, but what will they do next?

A user’s guide to the new lexicon of the young

Even Airbnb, which was supposed to be a shortcut into the heart of local cultures, has ended up fostering a creeping sameness

US News

Party alleges Trump associates conspired with Moscow and WikiLeaks in 2016 election

Former New York mayor says he hopes to ‘negotiate an end’ to Mueller investigation

Randall Stephenson exchange with DoJ comes as trial enters final stages

Administration officials becoming more vocal on US monetary policy moves



In a new series, FT writers compete to improve their London Marathon times

Markets Insight Leo Lewis

Deaths now outnumber births at an average rate of 1,000 a day

Thirty years ago, Helen Barrett hoped for a revolution. Could it finally be here?

Markets News

Yield on 10-year Treasury hits four-year high

Sterling’s decline lifts FTSE 100 and draws investors into government debt

US president hits out after Saudi energy minister says world has ‘capacity’ to absorb higher prices


Dell's way back, stung by StingRays, Nintendo’s cardboard pianos  

With Brexit less than a year away, the UK government is looking to far-seeing companies such as Queen’s Awards winners to show the way in international trade and innovative ideas

A Formula E crash proved the worth of Williams Advanced Engineering’s new tech

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