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Royal Bank of Scotland has announced the sale of Coutts International to Union Bancaire Privée, the family-owned SwissMartin Arnold
London property prices have risen at a slower rate since the start of the year, with the latest data from Nationwide showingClaer Barrett and John Aglionby
Barratt chief executive Mark Clare is stepping down after nine years at the helm of the UK’s largest housebuilder, withElizabeth Paton
China’s foreign exchange regulator has tripled an investment quota allowing Fidelity to access the country’s onshore capitalGabriel Wildau in Shanghai
Chevron, the US oil group, is selling its 50 per cent stake in Australian fuel company Caltex in a deal that is likely toJamie Smyth in Sydney
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At Lloyds Bank in London, TS Eliot worked on the components of what is now called FICC — fixed income, currencies andTom Braithwaite
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