Three more US regulators have opened probes into Morgan Stanley, managers are planning to shut or convert US prime money market funds ahead of new regulations, and the European Central Bank held interest rates steady. Plus, sanctioned Russian oligarchs got a big win in a top EU court.

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EU’s sanctions regime in turmoil after oligarchs win legal battle

Managers to shut or convert $220bn of US money market funds before rule change

US allies urge Iran not to retaliate against Israel

European Central Bank holds interest rates at 4% in contested decision

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