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    Spies of Warsaw return as east-west tensions rise

    The winter snow has not yet started falling in Warsaw, but there is a distinct chill in the air around Poland’s intelligenceHenry Foy – Warsaw

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    Why I don’t own bank shares

    This seems like a good week to explain why I don’t own bank shares. Although it is seven years since the onset of theTerry Smith

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    Samsung SDS prices IPO at top of range

    Samsung priced one public offering and launched a second one on Friday as the sprawling Korean group moved ahead with itsJennifer Hughes in Hong Kong and Simon Mundy and Song Jung-a in Seoul

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    ECB moves house after three-year delay

    The ECB’s new head quarters More than 2,600 central bankers will move house in November, when the European Central BankClaire Jones in Frankfurt

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    A game of ‘chicken’ threatens the oil production balance

    ‘Mexico is poised to redraft part of next year’s federal budget after a steep fall in oil prices upended the country’sIzabella Kaminska

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    UK to repay part of perpetual war loans

    The UK government has announced it will repay a small portion of government debt that can trace its lineage back to the 19thElaine Moore

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    BNP Paribas bounces back to profit following record US fine

    BNP Paribas returned to profit in the third quarter amid a strong performance in fixed income and international retailMichael Stothard in Paris

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    Eurozone inflation rate rises to 0.4 per cent

    Eurozone inflation rose from its lowest level in five years but core inflation slowed down unexpectedly, yielding a mixedAlice Ross in Frankfurt

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    IAG raises 2014 profit target after strong third-quarter results

    International Airlines Group, owner of British Airways and Iberia, raised its full-year profit forecast on Friday afterJohn Aglionby

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    Apple Watch starts countdown on face off with Swiss industry

    Forty years ago, the Swiss watch industry nearly died. The advent of Japanese quartz watches, cheaper and more accurate thanJames Shotter in Zurich and Tim Bradshaw in San Francisco

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