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    China housing market trims losses

    Chinese house prices fell at a slower pace in November, in a tentative sign that the sickly housing market may soon bottomGabriel Wildau in Shanghai

  2. On a day of wild market fluctuations, the rouble, the dollar ...
    December 18, 2014



    Party like it's 1999

    On a day of wild market fluctuations, the rouble, the dollar and the oil price all ended higher, and US stocks had their5m 26secs

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    Fed signals send Asian equities higher

    Thursday 03:25 GMT. A few tweaks to the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy communiqué was all it took for investors to regainPatrick McGee in Hong Kong

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    Shares in Samsung’s de facto holding group Cheil double on debut

    Cheil Industries, Samsung Group’s de facto holding company, doubled its market capitalisation on its trading debut asSong Jung-a in Seoul

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    China’s rising interest rates defy easing expectations

    China’s stock market has soared to multi-year highs since the central bank cut benchmark interest rates last month, as stockGabriel Wildau in Shanghai

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    Chevron drops Arctic drilling plan

    Chevron, the US oil group, has shelved indefinitely a plan to drill in the Arctic Beaufort Sea off the north coast ofEd Crooks in New York

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    Uber pledges to improve driver checks

    Ride-hailing company Uber has pledged to improves its oft-critised process for screening drivers, and said it is researchingSarah Mishkin in San Francisco

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    View: How to live with cryptocurrencies

    In July, US computer manufacturer Dell announced it would start accepting Bitcoin as payment for products and services. LessEric Openshaw, Robert Massey and Eric Piscini

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    EU caps debit and credit card transaction fees

    Fees to process debit and credit card transactions are to be capped under an EU law that attempts to wrap-up a protractedAlex Barker in Brussels

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    Mobile phone deal will give UK 90% geographical coverage

    Mobile phone operators have struck a deal with the government to fill in partial gaps in mobile coverage in a move intendedGeorge Parker and Elizabeth Rigby

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