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    James Fisher bolstered by overseas demand

    ...per share were up 13 per cent from 28.3p to 32p and the interim dividend was increased 10 per cent from 6.46p to 7.10p N+1 Singer, the broker, raised its full-year profit forecast to £46.5m from £41.4 in 2013. “The group now boasts... By Andrew Bounds

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    Beware Jolly Roger flag on pink sheet stocks

    Of all the symbols that flash danger, nothing comes close to the Jolly Roger. The skull and crossbones flag flies across a By Nicole Bullock and Kara Scannell in New York

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    Marion Cotillard and redundancy: new film, old management failing

    Fabrizio Rongione and Marion Cotillard in 'Two Days, One Night' Two Days, One Night, which stars Marion Cotillard as Emma Jacobs

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    Guest post: Russia's war in east Ukraine - time for the diaspora to step up

    By Stefan Jajecznyk and Taras Kuzio As fighting in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions intensifies, the first foreign member of guest writer

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    Taiwan scrambles jets after Chinese spy planes breach airspace

    Taiwan scrambled fighter jets this week to shadow Chinese military aircraft that had entered its aerial defence zone, just By Demetri Sevastopulo in Hong Kong

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    Beijing Michael Jackson

    Kim Kyung-Hoon/`Reuters Zhang Guanhui, impersonating Michael Jackson, dances in front of his house located in a village for Jamie Han

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    Money hierarchy, the global perspective

    No, this isn’t going to be another FT Alphaville post pontificating over what money is or isn’t. We’ve had plenty of that. Izabella Kaminska

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    Poverty eradicated in a statistical stroke

    If you had to live on $1.25 a day, would you feel poor? How about $1.50? The difference may hardly seem worth bothering David Pilling

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    Kate Bush, Hammersmith Apollo, London – review

    Kate Bush risks more than she stands to gain from her return to the stage. Money isn’t a motive, otherwise she’d be playing By Ludovic Hunter-Tilney

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    Foxtons pays the price for being frank

    Foxtons has a habit of marking inflection points. The hard-nosed London estate agent went private just before the noughties By Jonathan Guthrie

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