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Investors raise alarm over Mick Davis links to Rio Tinto post

Letter from Investor Forum could damage any attempt to become miner's next chairman

HSBC ordered to hand over records in 'front-running' case

ECU claims its suspicions supported by recent conviction in US of trader

BASF in talks to merge oil and gas unit with Fridman's DEA

German group says the combined entity could eventually be floated

Crystallex reaches settlement in legal fight with Venezuelan government

S&P 500, Nasdaq hit fresh all-time highs

Your car as a data harvesting machine

Investors split ahead of key South African ratings decisions

No let-up for high-yield bond funds

Algos know more about us than we do about ourselves

John Dizard braves petabytes of internet babble for financial and commodities signals

Bears circling the dollar in quiet trading

Markets Live: Friday, 24th November, 2017

The OBR's productivity forecast'

FT Opening Quote – Provident Financial chief dies, William Hill Oz merger talks

Banks will keep supporting Libor until 2021 – FCA

ICO regulation inconsistent as cryptocurrency bubble fears grow

US scrutiny of initial coin offerings could mean criminal penalties are looming

We're taking a break for Thanksgiving

Fast Europe Open: Germany Ifo survey, UK mortgage approvals

Regulation on ICOs inconsistent as crypto bubble fears grow

DoJ is actively scrutinising ICOs, which could mean criminal penalties are looming

Veteran investors in vanguard of big bet on technology shares

Stanley Druckenmiller and Julian Robertson among those with concentrated sector longs

Mushrooming stock indices reveal market revolution

Passive investing created very profitable, if unsexy, industry but a price war is here

LME's cobalt inquiry highlights ethical issues for industry

Child labour concerns cloud supply chain of key battery metal used in electric cars

Chinese stocks drop further as sell-off continues

China stocks sell-off eases after Thursday drop

Mitsubishi Materials sinks 11% as Japan's latest data falsification scandal unfolds

LSE boardroom bust-up has gone too far to blow over

Activist investor Christopher Hohn's intervention likely to produce more heat than light

Fast Asia Open: Taiwan GDP, Japan manufacturing PMI

Off-the-grid clues matter for investors eyeing Japanese shares

Bull run for Topix also reflects subtle shift in views towards work and the workplace

Listen: euro shrugs off German coalition worries

Roger Blitz reviews the week in the currency markets with George Papamarkakis of North Asset Management

Babcock slide increases danger of FTSE 100 ejection

UK stocks lack direction as William Hill rises on bookmaker merger talk

Markets give Merkel troubles a miss

UK gilts: an unproductive argument

Increased debt issuance is ultimately a symptom of weaker growth

South Africa holds rates, but big test ahead for rand on debt ratings

The former CEO of fallen tech unicorn Ve Interactive has filed for bankruptcy

Lira pops higher after Erdogan adviser appears to warm to higher rates

Markets Live: Thursday, 23rd November, 2017

Share rally snapped in Hong Kong as Chinese stocks drag

Tech surge boosts year's momentum trade

Buying into rallies delivers big returns while modest growth stifles value strategies

Dollar mired around October lows after Fed minutes

China bourse slams 'misleading' liquor research by stock broker

Shanghai exchange says forecast for Kweichow Maotai was overly optimistic

Fast Europe Open: UK GDP, eurozone PMI

Miners outperform in Sydney as gold, iron rise

Authers' Note: Evening with Jan and Merv

FT's daily newsletter on the world of investment

Markets cool in Asia after overnight US dollar dip

Fed minutes leave Asia Pacific currencies stronger against dollar

Fast Asia Open: Singapore, Macau GDP

Wall St hovers near record highs as oil prices rise

US Treasury yield curve holds near flattest for 10 years

In charts: how US retailers fared as Amazon powered ahead

Investors have made a decisive bet that some traditional stores will not survive

Keystone pipeline spill sends oil prices higher

Traders fear lower supplies after official says clean-up could take weeks

Gold, Treasury prices add slightly to gains after Fed minutes

A Budget for Britain in the pre-Brexit phase

Brexit means this Budget takes on a special significance