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Amgen ‘looking hard’ at striking deals using $27bn cash pile

Amgen ‘looking hard’ at striking deals using $27bn cash pile

Chief financial officer of world’s largest biotech company cautions on high valuations

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Tech companies are the new investment banks

Tech companies are the new investment banks

The much-lauded overseas ‘cash’ pile is actually a giant bond portfolio

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71 killed in Russia air crash

71 killed in Russia air crash

All crew and passengers die shortly after aircraft takes off from Moscow

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Equity melt up turns towards melt down

Equity melt up turns towards melt down

Volatility is back as equity markets pay attention to inflation and interest rate risks

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Saudi Arabia hopes to raise $13bn by year end from graft purge

Saudi Arabia hopes to raise $13bn by year end from graft purge

Crackdown saw hundreds of princes and businessmen detained at Ritz-Carlton hotel

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Total chief told Trump to stick with Iran nuclear deal

Total chief told Trump to stick with Iran nuclear deal

Patrick Pouyanné said economic engagement would help Tehran’s reformers

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Investors Brace for More Market Turbulence After Rocky Week

Investors Brace for More Market Turbulence After Rocky Week

A week of plummeting shares, record fund outflows and volatility has unsettled many traders and investors, reflecting fears that markets are struggling to find a new equilibrium.

Published 6 months ago

Rural Washington Is a Hot Spot for Bitcoin Miners

Rural Washington Is a Hot Spot for Bitcoin Miners

Washington state has some of the cheapest power in the U.S. making it a magnet for bitcoin miners, who generate new units of cryptocurrencies—a process that requires vast amounts of electricity.

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NATO to Try ‘Kitchen Table’ to Soothe U.S.-Turkey Dispute

NATO to Try ‘Kitchen Table’ to Soothe U.S.-Turkey Dispute

Western diplomats hope to use a high-level gathering of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization this week to keep members U.S. and Turkey from going to battle against each other in Syria.

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Plane Carrying 71 Passengers Crashes Near Moscow

Plane Carrying 71 Passengers Crashes Near Moscow

A Russian airplane carrying 71 people crashed on the outskirts of Moscow on Sunday shortly after takeoff.

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New Tax Law Haunts Companies That Did ‘Inversion’ Deals

New Tax Law Haunts Companies That Did ‘Inversion’ Deals

The new law has something in store for some “inverted” companies that did mergers overseas and lowered their U.S. taxes: higher taxes.

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‘A Saudi Luxury Prison’: How the Kingdom Squeezed Billions From Billionaires

‘A Saudi Luxury Prison’: How the Kingdom Squeezed Billions From Billionaires

Saudi Arabia’s anticorruption purge seized the assets of Saudi businessmen without publicly detailing any charges beyond unspecified corruption, raising concerns about the rule of law just as the kingdom attempts a historic opening.

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Why China Isn’t Worried About a Slowdown in this Lending Market

Why China Isn’t Worried About a Slowdown in this Lending Market

Issuance in China of bonds backed by small consumer loans has slowed over the past couple of months, as authorities step up efforts to contain a surge in risky lending practices.

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Electric cars pave way to end of filling stations

Electric cars pave way to end of filling stations

Charging at home or work will lead to ‘deforestation’ of them in inner cities

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