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From the FT’s comment section:
Gideon Rachman: Obama’s bounce changes the world
Michael Skapinker: Right or wrong, the customer always matters
Philip Stephens: Britain has bigger problems than the unions
George Magnus: Renminbi reform is just the start for China
Editorial: Obama secures his place in history
Editorial: Darling must give a reality Budget
Global Insight: Edward Luce, Obama beats odds but game is far from over
Market Insight: Thomas Huertas, Too big to fail is too costly to continue
Notebook: Brian Groom, Call it the Strategic Re-election Fund
Lex: The agenda-setting column on business and finance

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