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    China ban on low-grade coal set to hit global miners

    The world’s miners, already smarting from a steep drop in iron ore prices, are about to be hit by a Chinese ban on By Lucy Hornby in Beijing and Jamie Smyth in Sydney

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    London Fashion Week: Day 4

    Trust Tom Ford to help bring sexy back to fashion week. He and Christopher Kane, that is. With its rock chick vibe and By Carola Long

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    Cameron in last-ditch pledge to Scots

    David Cameron has joined his political rivals to reassure Scotland on future government spending, during a last-ditch visit By Mure Dickie in Edinburgh

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    Former Amaranth star fined over gas trades

    Brian Hunter, the natural gas trader whose large bets helped precipitate the $6bn collapse of Amaranth, the hedge fund, has By Gregory Meyer in New York

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    Calpers pulls out of ‘costly’ hedge funds

    Calpers, the largest US public pension fund, has announced plans to eliminate its hedge fund programme, in a severe blow to By Tom Braithwaite in New York

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    GFI to open its books to BGC Partners

    GFI Group, the US interdealer broker, has agreed to open its books to rival BGC Partners in the face of a potential higher By Philip Stafford in London

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    Futures look rosy as Asian banks fill gaps in the derivatives market

    At UOB Plaza, a public space at the headquarters of Singapore’s United Overseas Bank, trading screens were displayed last By Jeremy Grant

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    Independence crucial to future of the Irish Stock Exchange

    Deirdre Somers likes to keep things in perspective. The chief executive of the Irish Stock Exchange has been delving into By Vincent Boland

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    Swaps traders resist moves to increase use of platforms

    Reforming over-the-counter derivatives remains a work in progress, as investors, banks and trading venues in the US come to By Michael Mackenzie

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    Sense of urgency underpins fresh scrutiny of markets

    For the past five years, global policy makers have sought, with varying degrees of success, to reform the over-the-counter By Philip Stafford

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