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    Asos sets sights on hitting top end of sales growth target

    Asos, the UK online-only fashion shop, is confident that its strategy of cutting prices internationally in the face ofElizabeth Paton

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    Live — Greece enters crunch talks in Brussels

    After the overwhelming No vote, the focus today is back on Greece’s negotiations with Brussels, culminating in AlexisElizabeth Paton

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    Currency skirmishes become pitched battles

    The Riksbank’s decision last week to cut its policy interest rate by 10 basis points to minus 0.35 per cent was widely seenJohn Plender

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    EuroCCP upgrades capacity to deal with wild market swings

    EuroCCP, Europe’s largest equities clearing house, has upgraded the capacity of its systems to cope with the large swings inPhilip Stafford

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    UK’s ‘big six’ energy firms overcharged by £1.2bn

    Millions of UK households have been paying £1.2bn a year too much for their energy, the Competition and Markets AuthorityChristopher Adams, Energy Editor

  3. FT Alphaville



    ‘Confidence is more precious than gold' (but blue chips and suspensions also useful)

    From Deutcshe’s Jim Reid this morning: The measures implemented over the weekend now feel like a distant afterthought. InDavid Keohane

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    George Osborne fights off Tory calls to cut top rate of tax

    George Osborne has rebuffed calls from senior Tories to cut the top rate of income tax from 45p to 40p, arguing that itGeorge Parker, Political Editor

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    You asked for more Pozsar. We give you more Pozsar.

    Credit Suisse’s Zoltan Pozsar’s slides from Camp Alphaville on The Global Financial Ecosystem 2000-2020: Evolution,David Keohane

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    FT Opening Quote - M&S clothes sales still threadbare

    Marks & Spencer’s boss will have a little explaining to do at the retailer’s annual meeting today, judging by its latestChris Nuttall

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    Europe missing out on Russian rail deals, warns Vladimir Yakunin

    One of Russia’s most powerful businessmen has warned that European companies are missing out on long-term Russian contractsBy Neil Buckley

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