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    FTSE 100 losing streak enters second session

    The FTSE 100 set course for its second straight day of losses on Tuesday, amid a lacklustre reaction to updates from two ofMichael Hunter

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    Whitbread looks to Germany to expand Premier Inn brand

    Whitbread is to launch Premier Inn in Germany, its first foray into the budget hotel market in continental Europe. TheRoger Blitz, Leisure Industries Correspondent

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    China’s record steel exports have global implications

    China’s leaders want to move the world’s second-largest economy away from exports. Yet for its steelmakers this is turningHenry Sanderson

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    Assad still using chemical weapons, say rebels

    It was yet another missile, one of many fired by the Syrian regime at the rebel-controlled Jobar district of Damascus. ButBorzou Daragahi in Cairo

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    Lockheed Martin given $127m boost by pension changes

    A $127m boost from pensions changes helped Lockheed Martin to report a 5.5 per cent rise in third-quarter net income toRobert Wright in New York

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    Franco-Spanish energy spat tests EU resolve

    When it comes to Europe’s energy networks, Spain is an island – and it blames France for its isolation. After decades ofChristian Oliver in Brussels and Tobias Buck in Madrid

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    Corporate bond sales recover as turmoil wanes

    Global corporate borrowers are returning to the US debt capital markets after sales of new bonds collapsed last week in theVivianne Rodrigues in New York

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    Asos profits dip unstylishly by 14% on strong pound

    Online fashion retailer Asos reported a far from stylish set of full-year results, with pre-tax profits down 14 per cent toClaer Barrett

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    Oscar Pistorius back in court for sentencing

    A South African judge on Tuesday began the sentencing hearing of Oscar Pistorius, the Olympic and Paralympic star, for theAndrew England in Johannesburg

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    Further reading

    Elsewhere on Tuesday, - Inside the Ebola wars. - Insider traders mostly keep their tipping within their ethnic groups,David Keohane

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