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A Chinese hedge fund that made a huge bet against copper has closed out its entire position in the metal, as the sell-off inHenry Sanderson in London
Turkey’s banking sector is heading for consolidation as ING enters exclusive talks to acquire HSBC’s operations in theMartin Arnold in London
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Brazil’s congress is likely to pass a landmark bill that could ease financial pressure on state-controlled oil companyJoe Leahy in São Paulo
Malaysia’s prime minister Najib Razak faces a struggle for survival amid growing fallout from allegations that hundreds ofMichael Peel in Kuala Lumpur
European banks are rushing to issue yen-denominated bonds on the back of Japanese investor demand, as the Greek crisisThomas Hale in London and Leo Lewis in Japan
When top US, European and Russian officials gathered beneath the gilded chandeliers of a baroque Vienna palace last month toNeil Buckley and Kathrin Hille
The result of Greece’s bailout referendum, held on Sunday, should now be known and will set the tone for markets this week.Andrew Whiffin
Standard Chartered bank has put palm oil and soy companies on notice that it will soon stop dealing with businesses whosePilita Clark in London
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