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    Fed’s game of pretend must end soon

    The Duchess of Windsor whimsically remarked that you could never be too rich or too thin. Modern central bankers haveTad Rivelle

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    HK police arrest student leaders

    Hong Kong police have detained several student leaders after 24 hours of clashes, as they ramp up efforts to endDemetri Sevastopulo and Julie Zhu in Hong Kong

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    Scotland: the Basque Country of the United Kingdom

    Since Scots voted against independence on September 18 the Scottish National party has surged in opinion polls and appointedJohn McDermott

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    Samsung to sell chemicals and defence stakes

    Samsung Group has agreed to sell most of its chemicals and defence operations to Hanwha for Won1.9tn ($1.7bn), in the latestSong Jung-a in Seoul 

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    India’s new gym generation

    In a basement gym in the south of Mumbai, music channels blare on flat screen televisions, as four young men work out lateAvantika Chilkoti in Mumbai

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    Australia equities buoyed by currency dip

    Wednesday 06:00 GMT. Australian equities outperformed the region after the nation’s currency fell to a four-year lowPatrick McGee

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    Reasons to be thankful

    The FT's John Authers reports from New York on a day when the US economy is revealed to be growing faster than thought -2m 7secs

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    Corporation tax falls as proportion of big UK companies’ levies

    Corporation tax has fallen from more than half to less than a quarter of the total tax paid by Britain’s biggest businessesVanessa Houlder

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    Banks need a generation to change culture, report says

    It will take British retail banks a generation to change the aggressive sales culture which has provoked a string ofMartin Arnold in London

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    UK’s universal credit benefit faces more delay

    The UK’s flagship welfare programme faces more delays, with the National Audit Office warning that the universal credit’sSarah Neville, Public Policy Editor

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