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    Bargain hunters limit FTSE 100 losses

    Some of the stocks that came under the most pressure during the FTSE 100’s recent slide were making gains on Monday, amidMichael Hunter

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    SAP warns of declining profits as it pushes towards cloud

    SAP has lowered its full-year profit forecast as it continues its drive towards focusing on cloud computing services.Chris Bryant in Frankfurt

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    Jindal Steel shares sink after police raid at coal mine

    Shares in Jindal Steel and Power, the industrial group owned by Indian billionaire Naveen Jindal, fell as much as 10 perJames Crabtree in New Delhi and Avantika Chilkoti in Mumbai 

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    Regressing to the mean in China or why if something cannot go on forever, it will stop

    With a h/t to Marginal Revolution, here’s Larry Summers and Lant Pritchett on why — for the same reason the USSR didn’tDavid Keohane

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    Datawatch: budget deficits and oil prices

    The recent fall in oil prices is bad news for Opec nations. For many the fall is large enough to put their governments intoGavin Jackson

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    Saudi Arabia keeps the oil market guessing

    As oil prices have tumbled, one question has reverberated around the market: what is Saudi Arabia up to? Little restraintAnjli Raval, Oil and Gas Correspondent

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    Why investors should pick managers with ‘skin in the game’

    It is well established that the average active fund manager underperforms their benchmark, and that a manager who has put inStephen Foley

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    Intercontinental Exchange unveils plans for Libor reform

    Intercontinental Exchange wants to rehabilitate Libor by proposing that submitting banks include transactions they conductPhilip Stafford

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    Tibco and Pearson: shares and shares alike

    The strange story that Tibco Software and their adviser Goldman Sachs had not used an accurate share count in theirSujeet Indap

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    UK government backs unlicensed medicines for terminally ill

    The government has backed legislation that would allow some terminally ill patients in England and Wales to be givenJohn Aglionby

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