US legislators move forward with a bill to prosecute Opec member countries for fixing oil prices, US President Trump rules out another meeting with Chinese President Xi before tariffs are set to increase in March and Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos accuses National Enquirer-owner American Media of extortion. Plus, the FT's Chris Giles explains why the Bank of England is the latest central bank to make a dovish U-turn.

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