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Predictions of IT downturn leave investors hunting for who is best placed to ride it out

Passengers face problems rebooking cancelled flights

President orders US companies to look for ‘alternative’ to China and faults Fed

Military says fighter jets thwarted planned drone attack by Quds Force

Online dating is the new normal, but getting to know a partner at work has many advantages

Oxfam wants us to give up shopping for a month. Stella Tennant has taken the pledge. Will you?

German central banker sees no reason to panic over slowdown in Europe’s biggest economy

Buildings funded by British government department found to be at risk of collapse

Consummate New Delhi insider remained articulate advocate for Modi’s government despite ill health

UK Home Office declines to confirm whether app for Apple devices will be ready for new deadline

Matteo Salvini’s bid to trigger an election campaign is the talk of the beach

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Taming trolls, free speech — and marriage to Serena Williams

US News

President fires insults at central bank chief as Jackson Hole gathering gets underway

Brazil’s president seeks to ease international pressure as leaders gather for G7 summit

The former Trump official has helped the bank get close to Saudi Arabia

PM fights to keep flare-up in conflict-of-interest case from harming bid for second term

Opinion

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Last October, the Ukrainian church broke away from Russia — and triggered the greatest schism in Orthodoxy for centuries

FT Alphaville Jamie Powell

The pop star creates a new risk for financialised music royalties.

Tailor catering exclusively for women on running her business one stitch at a time

Markets News

Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead

Progress in addressing imbalances in the financial industry remains painfully slow

The Long View Michael Mackenzie

As coupons shrivel and investors rely on rising prices, bonds are becoming stock-like

Technology

Predictions of IT downturn leave investors hunting for who is best placed to ride it out

Tech group’s move follows bitter internal feuds and claims of anticonservative bias

Records reveal that deal on data misuse case was not supported by Democratic appointee

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