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    The European market data debate

    Few topics in European exchanges stir the passions like price and access market data. Often a delicate subject, it’sPhilip Stafford

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    Osborne to back ‘northern powerhouse’

    George Osborne will next month propose handing a range of powers to cities in his proposed “northern powerhouse” but he isGeorge Parker – London and Andrew Bounds – Manchester

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    Amazon to open German data centre to soothe European concerns

    Amazon’s cloud computing arm is making a significant expansion in Europe, unveiling plans to create new onlineMurad Ahmed, European Technology Correspondent

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    Mark Zuckerberg leaps the language barrier in China

    There is something peculiarly impressive about the video below of Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, talking in MandarinJohn Gapper

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    Property portal competition row heats up in the UK

    Online estate agent eMoov has filed a complaint with the UK’s competition authority against a start-up property portal, asKate Allen

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    Publicis results lag behind rivals

    Publicis reported weaker than expected third-quarter growth as the French advertising group was left counting the cost ofAdam Thomson in Paris

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    A plea to high finance: can we give kisses a miss?

    Unless you come into close contact with the global financial industry it is hard to imagine how very like Mad Men the genderBy Elaine Moore

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    After the flash crash

    As investors nurse losses from last week's flash crash in US bond yields, Delphine Strauss, currencies correspondent, asks9m 40secs

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    China's underlying growth trend stays negative into Q4

    Unofficial readings on China’s industrial activity released on Thursday add to a sense that the underlying economic vibrancyJames Kynge

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    Number of UK train passengers rises sharply

    Passenger numbers on Britain’s railways have increased sharply in the past six months, surpassing levels of demand last seenGill Plimmer

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