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    Return of gold speculator a bullish sign

    There has been much talk recently about how investors are becoming fearful that central banks are becoming a source ofJamie Chisholm

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    Free Lunch: The incredible shrinking US deficit

    The deficit that went away Remember the fiscal cliff, the debt ceiling and Washington's flirt with default? Not long ago aMartin Sandbu

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    Gluru: the digital PA with big aspirations

    Being a smartphone owner can sometimes feel like being at the centre of an arms race between all the apps and tools that areSally Davies

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    Swan lake

    Swans swim over a lake, with the air temperature at about minus 35 degrees Celsius (minus 31 degrees Fahrenheit) as steamAnnabel Cook

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    Guest post: Nigerian banks suffer in the oil storm

    By Peter Leger, Coronation Fund Managers So you thought a six-month break on a desert island looked appealing and spent longGuest writer

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    Amsterdam: a modern-day refuge for the start-up crowd

    Population 811,000 Mobile phones in the Netherlands 21m Percentage of all companies in the tech sector 4.4 A haven forSally Davies

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    FirstFT - snow, Greece, Russian spies

    The FT's Seb Morton-Clark gives a briefing of the top headlines, including the impact of US snowstorms, the expectation of1m 0secs

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    Datawatch: eurozone unit labour costs

      Unit labour costs in Greece have fallen further than in any other European country since 2010, down almost 15 per cent.Andrew Whiffin

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    Famine in Pakistan

    A child affected from famine waits to get medical treatment in Tharparkar, Sindh province, Pakistan. Reports state that someAnnabel Cook

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    Medtronic: the tax inversion that got away

    It was the tax inversion that got away. Medtronic, one of the world’s biggest medical technology companies, has completedDavid Crow in New York

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