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    Manuel Valls demands end to Air France strike as economy stalls

    French prime minister Manuel Valls has demanded an end to a damaging pilots’ strike that has crippled national carrier Air By Hugh Carnegy in Paris

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    At play in Manila Bay

    Ritchie B Tongo/epa A Filipino boy swims among the washed-up rubbish in Manila bay, the Philippines. Countries have begun Emily Lewis

  3. Eurozone interest rates turned negative in June, but fears ma...
    September 23, 2014

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    Not that negative after all

    Eurozone interest rates turned negative in June, but fears markets would seize up have been confounded. JPMorgan strategist 4m 54secs

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    ‘Witching’ trend underlined by pullback

    At the middle of the global session on Tuesday, the mood was looking a bit grim again. Stocks were down, with the S&P 500 on By Jamie Chisholm

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    Keeping track of the EM sell-off

    As beyondbrics noted early this month, the recent “dollar surge” and rising US interest rates are already having an impact Jonathan Wheatley

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    12:36PM

    Ray Ozzie's bet on the next big thing in collaboration: Voice

    Ray Ozzie, the man who once filled Bill Gates’ very big shoes as chief software architect at Microsoft, is back. His latest Richard Waters

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    12:35PM

    Online auction company that aims to reassure and procure

    Success in business is seldom a case of being first to market with an idea. It is more often a matter of execution; By Jonathan Moules

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    Farmer Wenske transports his pumpkins

    Patrick Pleul/dpa/AP Farmer Harald Wenske drives his boat, loaded with pumpkins, on a so-called Fliess, which is a water Annabel Cook

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    12:30PM

    Close Brothers profits rise as business loan demand grows

    UK merchant bank Close Brothers reported on Tuesday that its full-year profit climbed by almost a quarter to £149.8m as the By Harriet Agnew, City Correspondent

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    12:17PM

    Tax inversion crackdown hits drugmaker shares

    Shares in drugmakers AstraZeneca and Shire both fell more than 5 per cent on Tuesday after the US Treasury announced By Andrew Ward in London and Arash Massoudi in Frankfurt

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