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For City bankers who once thought of themselves as masters of the universe, these have been bruising years. FinancialAndrew Sentance
A bear raid meant Tungsten Corporation was among the week’s biggest fallers. The Aim-listed invoicing software maker droppedBryce Elder
British counter-terrorism officials are monitoring 3,000 extremists in the UK who they fear could commit acts of domesticSam Jones, Defence and Security Editor
Clobbered by plunging oil prices and foreign exchange volatility, Mexico’s state energy company, Pemex, reported what itBy Jude Webber in Mexico City
Records were made to be broken. There were plenty of headlines for new equity highs this week, particularly the first newJohn Authers
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The number of rigs drilling for oil in the US has dropped to its lowest level since June 2011, as the slump in oil pricesEd Crooks in New York
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