The end of negative interest rates in Japan threatens to bring a new era of volatility for the yen, and Florida and Disney resolve a legal dispute. Plus, US small-cap stocks are suffering their worst run of performance relative to large companies in more than 20 years.

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End of negative interest rates in Japan raises threat of yen volatility

US small-caps suffer worst run against larger stocks in over 20 years

Disney settles lawsuit in Florida theme-park dispute

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