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    The (early) Lunch Wrap

    Good morning New York, FT ALPHAVILLE Following the activists wherever that might lead: David cites a report by Citi that Izabella Kaminska

  2. Hundreds of activists are urging US President Barack Obama to...
    August 29, 2014

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    Protest over US immigration law

    Hundreds of activists are urging US President Barack Obama to stop the deportation of undocumented migrants and push through 2m 0secs

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    Trend-setting dollar lifts frustrated bulls

    Dollar bulls have been waiting a long time. A year ago, the near-consensus view of investors was that the greenback was By Delphine Strauss

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    Coutts sets aside £110m for payments over unsuitable investments

    Private bank Coutts & Co has earmarked £110m for thousands of UK customers who might have been sold unsuitable investments By Emma Dunkley

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    Eurozone inflation hits fresh five-year low at 0.3%

    The eurozone's inflation rate sank lower in August to 0.3 per cent on an annual basis, keeping pressure on the European By Alice Ross in Frankfurt 

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    10:24AM

    ‘Yestival’ stirs Scots' political interest

    The FT's John McDermott joins a group of creative types who are using their ‘Yestival’ festival to persuade fellow Scots to 4m 23secs

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    10:09AM

    Nato to hold emergency Ukraine summit

    Nato is to hold an emergency summit on Friday to address the worsening Ukraine crisis where Russian-backed rebels have been By Jack Farchy in Moscow and Roman Olearchyk in Mariupol

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    Stocks at records yet recovery is elusive

    Another summer day, another record for the stock market as both the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average set new By Henny Sender

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    Supermarket shares hit hard by Tesco profit warning

    The UK’s main food retailing groups crowded to the bottom of the FTSE 100 on Friday, as the market reaction to an unexpected By Michael Hunter

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    Support for independent Scotland rebounds

    Support for Scottish independence has rebounded since a strong showing by Alex Salmond, Scotland’s first minister, in his By Mure Dickie in Edinburgh

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