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Giuseppe Conte, Italy’s prime minister, declared that a controversial draft of an agreement between leading EU countries on migration had been “sidelined” after the new populist government in Rome had raised strident objections to key provisions.
By James Politi
Financial Times,  Jun. 21, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Court approves recount of all votes cast May 12 that resulted in surprise win of populist cleric Moqtada al-Sadr
By Isabel Coles and Ghassan Adnan
The Wall Street Journal,  Jun. 21, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Saudi Arabia makes early announcement of target, one million barrels a day boost planned to help tame prices
By Summer Said
The Wall Street Journal,  Jun. 21, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Eurosceptic MPs tapped to head parliamentary panels
By James Politi in Rome and Adam Samson in London
Financial Times,  Jun. 21, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Chipmaker says he violated the company’s non-fraternisation policy
By Mamta Badkar in New York
Financial Times,  Jun. 21, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Greg Hands is opposed to government plans for a new runway at Britain’s biggest airport
By Jim Pickard, Josh Spero and Laura Hughes
Financial Times,  Jun. 21, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Skepticism swells that the poor and isolated South American nation will reap the promised billions of dollars from an ExxonMobil-led project
By Kejal Vyas
The Wall Street Journal,  Jun. 21, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Orion Mine Finance made a cash bid for Dalradian Resources, which is looking to mine gold in Ireland
By Neil Hume, Commodities and Mining Editor
Financial Times,  Jun. 21, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Up to 3.8m people are expected to apply for status, costing £65, created by Sajid Javid
By Robert Wright, Public Policy Correspondent
Financial Times,  Jun. 21, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Concentration is overrated in stock funds and underrated in bonds. No matter how brilliant your handful of stock picks may ultimately prove to be, the market could ignore or even punish your best investment ideas for years. But with bonds there’s always a catalyst for value recognition.
By Lewis Braham
Barron`s,  Jun. 21, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Poor policymaking results from a misguided understanding of the economy
By Chris Giles
Financial Times,  Jun. 21, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Many traditional stock- and bond-picking firms are paying up to hire mathematical and computer experts
By Justin Baer
The Wall Street Journal,  Jun. 21, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Chinese demand is soaring — so much so that Beijing spared the product from tariff rises
By Ed Crooks in New York
Financial Times,  Jun. 21, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Allegations include spending $100,000 on meals ordered in to the official residence
By Mehul Srivastava in Jerusalem
Financial Times,  Jun. 21, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
In its quarterly monetary policy assessment on Thursday, in which it kept interest rates on hold, the central bank said that “in light of the political uncertainty in Italy”, it believes “the situation on the foreign exchange market remains fragile”.
By Katie Martin
Financial Times,  Jun. 21, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
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