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Diplomatic efforts to secure ceasefire intensify after seventh day of bombings and protests
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Coronavirus pandemic
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Empty offices on Mondays and Fridays spell trouble
Most of us enjoy working at home at the start and end of the week — but that may not last
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US banks could cut 200,000 jobs over next decade, top analyst says
Wells Fargo’s Mike Mayo predicts biggest reduction in industry’s headcount in its history
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Biden faces tough path to US economic recovery
Republicans seize on discouraging data to warn president is endangering economy with excessive stimulus
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The collapse of the supply chain finance firm has hurt more than 1,000 of the bank’s customers
Axa’s Asian operations hit in ransomware attack
French insurer’s units in Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Philippines affected
Coronavirus pandemic
Europe looks hopefully past infection rates to reopen economies
Some experts worry easing of restrictions comes too soon despite vaccination success
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The G7 leaders gathering in Cornwall next month should make time for a calming ‘seafari’
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From business to poetry — a road less travelled
In her teens, Heidi Seaborn was sure she would become a poet — but life got in the way. Forty years on, could she make her youthful dream a reality?
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‘England’s postwar descent down the global hierarchy generated not apocalyptic thinking but declinism’
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Control of Tribune media group looks set to go to hedge fund
Long-shot efforts to block Alden’s takeover of the US company have fallen apart
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Private oil companies fall short on cutting flaring
Unwanted gas burnt at six times level of intensity than publicly listed groups
US economy
Inflation fears cloud US consumer sentiment
Survey shows Americans are increasingly nervous about rising prices as economy recovers from the pandemic
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House Republicans choose Trump loyalist to replace Liz Cheney
Elise Stefanik wins vote after receiving backing of former president for leadership role
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Empty offices on Mondays and Fridays spell trouble
US banks could cut 200,000 jobs over next decade, top analyst says
AT&T nears deal to create $150bn streaming giant with Discovery  
UK withholds backing for Biden’s global business tax plan
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Vladimir Putin generates suspense in world affairs like some geopolitical Alfred Hitchcock
Elisabeth Braw
Geopolitics spells the demise of the global chief executive
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California extends drought warning as summer heat conditions start early
Water shortages in May have intensified over past 3 years, US Drought Monitor reports
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UN climate summit organisers consider vaccine drive for delegates
UK determined to hold face-to-face meetings at Glasgow conference in November
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US day trading frenzy eases as investors ‘move on to other things’
Retail trading activity in stock and options markets ebbs after surging during pandemic
Global stocks endure worst week since February
Wall Street shares recover some losses on Thursday and Friday following US inflation scare
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Eurozone economy
ECB signals inflation and growth expectations are ‘tilted to upside’
UK companies
Commodities broker Marex looks to list on London Stock Exchange
UK manufacturing
Rochdale hopes machine centre will manufacture revival in fortunes
England’s 20th most deprived town looks to build on its heritage, hailing plan for institute as unique opportunity
Axa’s Asian operations hit in ransomware attack
French insurer’s units in Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Philippines affected
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UK online harms bill misses fraud’s gateway
The government fudges a pioneering law by excluding digital advertising
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Developing countries sign Huawei deals despite US espionage warnings
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