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Hyundai Motor has promised to consider increasing its dividend payout in spite of falling earnings, in an apparent bid toBy Simon Mundy in Seoul
The unusually warm autumn has knocked clothing sales, but Britons continued to flock to the high street in September. TheEmily Cadman
Dollar bulls have hit a rocky patch. Buying the US currency has been the favoured trade of currency investors since lastAlice Ross
French telecoms group Orange kept margins stable and slowed the fall in its revenue during the third quarter thanks to aAdam Thomson in Paris
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BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto like to brag about their progressive dividends. Each year, the two FTSE 100 miners pay out aBy Neil Hume, Commodities Editor
A closely watched survey of economic activity in the eurozone rose unexpectedly in October, though readings for priceClaire Jones in Frankfurt
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