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He’d like to move to Western Europe. After six problematic years in Russia, he shouldn’t be holding his breath.

The incoming president of the European Central Bank will have to face down a revolt over her predecessor’s decision to restart quantitative easing.  

Markets are pricing in little or no escalation because the alternative is so terrifying. There’s plenty of room below if they’re wrong.

The Modi government can choose to be part of a massive Indo-Pacific trading bloc, or succumb to isolationism. China complicates the choice.

Troubled lender Yes Bank is caught between past underwriting errors and hopes of a digital future. Can it get there? 

It’s fine, mostly. But it’s no Trans-Pacific Partnership.

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