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    Pro-union campaigners cheer first result

    Pro-unionist campaigners erupted with joy to the news of the first declared result in Scotland’s independence referendum, By Kiran Stacey in Glasgow

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    ExIm Bank reprieve passed with Syria funding

    A US government bank that conservative Republicans had sought to shut down will survive until at least the middle of next By Barney Jopson in Washington

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    Cameron to address ‘English question’ if Scots vote No

    David Cameron is preparing to make a significant statement on Friday on a new constitutional settlement for the UK – if By George Parker in Edinburgh

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    City Insider: Weir’s Cochrane leads No charge

    Magnet for the Noes: Keith Cochrane It’s hardly been a triumph of organisation. But Britain’s business community did finally By Harriet Agnew

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    Venezuela: CDS climb while breast implants fade

      No devaluation here One could say that a clear sign that Venezuela – a country where beauty enhancements are a serious Andres Schipani

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    Fast and frugal

    Rohit Jaggi tests the BMW i8, a hybrid supercar that addresses environmental concerns as it wrings both performance and 4m 3secs

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    Ready to race

    Rohit Jaggi takes to the track in a Ginetta G40 Club Car, an affordable race-prepared road car, as he attempts to gain a car 4m 25secs

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    From the editor: Hidden fortunes

    Buried treasure: what better way to ease yourself back into the September office than a tale of billions of dollars’ worth By Hugo Greenhalgh, editor

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    Wealth managers are having to merge to survive as regulation gets tighter

    When Schroders, one of the UK’s oldest asset management companies, bought fellow City institution Cazenove in July 2013, the By Vincent Manancourt

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    We have to hope smart beta is not another example of dumb alpha

    The financial services industry has spent hundreds of years perfecting new and exciting ways of separating investors from By James Mackintosh

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