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Citigroup has drawn up a shortlist of four domestic lenders as potential buyers for its retail banking business in Japan, By Ben McLannahan in Tokyo
The people of Scotland may have rejected independence but, fearing a “yes” vote, Westminster may have opened a Pandora’s Box By Stephen King
One word has been on the minds and lips of the US listings market in recent months – and Alibaba, the Chinese ecommerce By Nicole Bullock and Eric Platt in New York
Chinese outbound investment has fallen sharply in the first half of the year, reversing nearly a decade of rising spending By Jamil Anderlini in Beijing
Aldermore is to become the first challenger bank to list on the London Stock Exchange in October. The five-year-old lender, By John Aglionby
A £250m profit overstatement will do that to you… During its final preparations for the forthcoming interim results, Tesco FT Alphaville
Alibaba has only been listed a day and already Jack Ma is out spending his windfall. One of the Alibaba Seven – so dubbed Lucy Colback
Tesco has admitted that its first-half profits were overstated by an estimated £250m and called in Deloitte to undertake a By Claer Barrett and Andy Sharman
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