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Oxford Covid vaccine trials offer hope for the elderly

 

Early results suggest group most vulnerable to serious illness and death could build immunity

UAE vs Turkey: the regional rivalries pitting MBZ against Erdogan

 

Tensions between the two leaders — stretching from the Libyan civil war to the boycott of Qatar — threaten to boil over

Coronavirus latest: Malaysian king urges PM to fight pandemic without state of emergency

 

EU capitals hesitate over recovery fund loans

 

Countries worry about debt as future of bloc’s fiscal rules remains unclear

Trump and racial justice rally black voters in Wisconsin

 

A summer of protests raises Democratic hopes of high turnout by African-Americans

Chinese leadership meets to set policy direction for next 5 years

 

Priorities are expected to include boosting self-sufficiency and domestic demand

Bezos squares up to Ambani as India ecommerce battle looms

 

Future Group dispute comes as Reliance looks to challenge Amazon in online retail

What the shift on austerity means for markets

 

Greater dispersion of returns likely for firms and countries as debt and deficits surge

All the president’s debts: who Trump owes money to

 

Debts of more than $1bn are tied to the Covid-struck commercial real estate market

The week’s best fund management articles

 

Investors ditch Franklin Templeton; diverse teams outperform; France's private equity push; and fund managers grapple with work from home

Private jets take off as wealthy flyers seek to avoid virus

 

Flights outpace commercial airlines as more passengers are prepared to pay a premium

African debt to China: ‘A major drain on the poorest countries’

 

The biggest bilateral lender to Africa this century is hesitant on debt relief as crisis reveals fragmented nature of loans

Prime minister floats fertility treatment to boost Japan’s birth rate

 

Critics say making IVF cheaper will not address economic insecurity of raising children

British special forces storm tanker to end suspected attempted hijacking

 

Seven people detained after authorities regain control of oil vessel off UK coast

European Coke bottler close to deal for Australian counterpart

 

Acquisition of Amatil for $7bn would continue consolidation of sector

Barrett moves step closer to Supreme Court seat

 

Trump’s choice for high court expected to be confirmed on Monday after Senate advances nomination

Italy and Spain introduce sweeping new pandemic measures

 

Restrictions announced by Rome and Madrid follow surge in coronavirus cases

Dunkin’ closes in on $9bn sale to Inspire Brands

 

Deal with private equity-owned group would delist the coffee and doughnuts chain

The world must prepare for a contested US election

 

Americans will need the support of other democracies if results are not immediately clear

Concerns grow inside Downing Street as polls point to Biden victory

 

Win for the Democrats could leave Boris Johnson scrambling to rebuild ‘special relationship’

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