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Draghi may just have tied hands of successor

Mario Draghi is seeing out the final weeks of his tenure in charge of the European Central Bank, but his overt hint of more stimulus to come could mean his influence is felt on ECB policy long after he has left the bank's Frankfurt home.

Shell aims to beat power utilities at their own game

Royal Dutch Shell wants to build a power business more profitable than the competitive sector's existing players, banking on its global scale and oil and gas income to maximise on the transition to cleaner energy.

Explainer: In India, all eyes on a monsoon that is critical for the economy

India's monsoon has progressed more slowly than usual after hitting the southern state of Kerala nearly a week late. Monsoon rains have been 44% lower-than-average so far in June, delaying the sowing of summer-sown crops and raising concerns that parts of the country could face a worsening drought.

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Eliminated PM candidate Raab backs Johnson

Dominic Raab, a former minister knocked out of the race to become British prime minister, backed frontrunner Boris Johnson on Wednesday, telling the Evening Standard newspaper he was the only candidate who would deliver Brexit by Oct. 31.