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    US banks race to gain Apple Pay card advantage

    US banks are in a marketing race to persuade users to choose their cards as the default option under Apple Pay – the By Tom Braithwaite and Camilla Hall in New York and Tim Bradshaw in San Francisco

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    Foreign investment into China slumps

    Foreign direct investment to China has fallen at the sharpest rate since the height of the financial crisis, as Beijing By Jamil Anderlini in Beijing

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    UK house prices show jump 11.7% in year to July

    UK house prices rose 11.7 per cent in the 12 months to July, their largest annual increase for seven years, according to the By John Aglionby

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    US forces to help combat spread of Ebola

    The US will ramp up its response to the Ebola crisis in west Africa with plans to build 17 treatment centres, train By

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    ‘Trend-following’ algo funds back in fashion

    They are the fashion victims of the hedge funds world: funds that make money by copying exactly what everyone else has been By Miles Johnson

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    Renault-Nissan reaping benefits of Russia ties as rouble weakens

    Renault-Nissan is set to benefit in the long term from the economic crisis in Russia as the weaker rouble undermines rival By Michael Stothard in Nantes

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    European banks feel effects of Fed’s ‘reverse repo’

    The Federal Reserve’s testing of a new liquidity tool has altered a longstanding financing relationship between money market By Tracy Alloway and Michael Mackenzie in New York

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    Australian dollar bulls face double whammy

    Australian dollar bulls have been hit by a double whammy. Just as Australia’s biggest trading partner – China – seems to be By Josh Noble in Hong Kong

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    Structured Scottish independence

    There is a paper to be written on how UK structured finance nomenclature borrows from the topography of a Britain which is Joseph Cotterill

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    MPs call for passport fee refunds

    People who paid for a fast-track service to avoid delays in processing their UK passports this summer should receive refunds By John Aglionby

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