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Charles Plosser, one of the US Federal Reserve’s most noted hawks on monetary policy, will step down in March 2015 as By Robin Harding in Washington
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Scotland’s decisive vote to remain in the union should have caused sterling investors to heave a sigh of relief on Friday. By Delphine Strauss
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