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UK trader accused of US market crash granted $7.5m bail

The 36-year-old allegedly earned $40m within five years by manipulating market prices with lightning-fast software.

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EU charges #Gazprom with abusing gas market prices

Russian energy giant faces $10bn fine as anti-trust regulators accuse it of overcharging buyers in ex-Soviet states.

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#IMF rules out Greek debt repayment extension

IMF's Lagarde says no extension to billion-euro payment due in early May, as thousands protest over spending cuts.

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China's figures show economy slowing down

World's number two economy expands only seven percent in first quarter, amounting to the slowest growth in six years.

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EU accuses #Google of abuse over control in searches

Anti-trust case takes new turn as internet giant risks billions in fines if it does not change way it does business.

Margrethe Vestager

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Japanese court orders nuclear reactors to stay offline

Regulators' safety approval rejected, adding further delays to government's restart plans of tsunami-hit reactors.

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#China cancels multiple visit passes to Hong Kong

Move is aimed to cool tensions over growing influx of mainland shoppers, which has angered Hong Kong residents.

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#India orders 36 Rafale fighter jets from #France

The announcement was made by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is on a state visit to France.

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#Greece pays million in loans to #IMF

IMF chief Christine Lagarde confirms $495 million in payments, but Athens still struggles to repay other debts.

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Indian corporate mogul convicted in largest fraud case

Investigators say the ten officials including the founder of Satyam Computer Services cost shareholders over $2bn.

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