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    11:55AM

    Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai

    Where: Madinat Jumeirah WiFi: Free Plug sockets: Yes Espresso: AED 40 (£6.95) Open: 4pm-2am Privacy points: 2/5 After itsIan Wylie

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    11:40AM

    Swiss museum accepts art from son of Nazi dealer

    A Swiss museum has announced that it is accepting the bequest of an art collection from Cornelius Gurlitt, the son of a NaziBy Jeevan Vasagar in Berlin

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    11:22AM

    Global metal trading becomes more difficult to regulate

    Global metals markets are becoming more difficult to regulate as manipulation takes more subtle forms and new tradingBy Henry Sanderson

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    11:09AM

    BT in talks to buy O2 or EE mobile businesses

    BT is in talks to acquire either 02 or EE, the leading British mobile phone operators, to create a dominant fixed andDaniel Thomas 

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    11:04AM

    Slow start fails to dim Stock Connect prospects

    Global investors had the chance to do something completely new last week – put up to $10.5bn into the Shanghai stock marketJosh Noble in Hong Kong

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    10:35AM

    The night Malcolm X stood tall in the wrong kind of tie

    Next Wednesday is the 50th anniversary of the American civil rights activist Malcolm X’s address to the Oxford Union, a fewSam Leith

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    10:06AM

    Report reveals breadth of banks’ commodities activities

    The 403-page report published by the US Senate last week on Wall Street’s involvement in physical commodities is a treasureNeil Hume, Commodities Editor

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    10:02AM

    Insurers set pace on FTSE 100

    The outbreak of dealmaking in the insurance sector set the pace at the top and the bottom of a flat FTSE 100 on Monday.Michael Hunter

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    9:46AM

    Signal vs noise from the PBoC

    Indeed, nobody expects the PBoC… But, despite Friday’s surprise announcement, as SocGen’s Wei Yao says: “due to the furtherDavid Keohane

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    9:36AM

    Aviva falls 4.5 per cent on Friends Life deal

    Shares in Aviva fell almost 4.5 per cent on Monday as investors reacted to the news that it had reached a preliminary dealJohn Aglionby

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