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US growth slows despite robust spending  (27 March 07:31 pm) 
Freezing weather and the strong dollar drag on GDP in fourth quarter
Group is first non-government investor with capital markets quota exceeding $1bn
Chinese oil major seeks to staunch losses on high-cost deposits after a collapse in oil prices
Scheme helping homeowners switch to fixed-rate loans comes even as critics accuse government of stoking credit growth
Scheme to aid switch to fixed-rate loans comes amid accusations of government stoking credit boom
US tech sell-off hits investors in Asia  (26 March 07:31 am) 
US soldier had been captured by Taliban after he went missing from his base
A billionaire governor’s sacking should herald a broader campaign
Merger between Kraft and Heinz provides new template for acquisitions
Thermal coal retreats on Japan fears  (26 March 07:31 am) 
Contract talks between Australia and big utility companies put traders on edge
Audio recovered in Alps air crash probe  (26 March 12:17 am) 
French investigators do not have the “slightest explanation” for why plane smashed into mountain
Tata Motors confirms $1bn rights issue  (26 March 04:31 am) 
Fundraising aims to jump-start lossmaking Indian car business
Hedge fund said to have bought the options for end-2018 alongside bearish bets for this year
China low on crude oil storage capacity  (26 March 07:31 am) 
Reserves build on weak refinery runs and strong buying in 2014
Greece cash crisis takes turn for worse  (26 March 04:31 am) 
Athens told it has no legal claim on €1.2bn for Greek bank recapitalisation fund
Search for the flight data recorder continues as investigators probe cause of accident
Fonterra sees industry glass half full  (25 March 03:32 pm) 
New Zealand milk producer expects Chinese supply glut to ease, buoying prices
3G in talks over $40bn Kraft deal  (25 March 07:31 am) 
Brazil buyout group has been searching US for a target for months
Prime minister jeered by pensioners as election campaign hits a serious snag
Chinese new year fails to boosty demand
Hutchison agrees to buy O2 for £10.3bn  (25 March 07:31 am) 
Deal will create Britain’s largest mobile network
US tech giants face fresh Europe fight  (25 March 07:31 am) 
European Court of Justice hears of challenge to ‘safe harbour’ privacy agreement
Bank finance chiefs having to contend with new pressures
Putin’s diplomatic acrobatics  (25 March 07:31 am) 
The Russian president’s goal is not to deceive his counterparts. So why lie, asks Samuel Charap
Europe is waiting room full of the sick  (25 March 07:31 am) 
Any economy suffering 10% joblessness urgently needs reform