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    China property sales jump in October - survey

    There may be some light at the end of the tunnel for China’s beleaguered housing market, according to a survey of realRafael Halpin

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    Asia bourses positive after US GDP report

    Friday 03:10 GMT. Asian markets were positive following a strong US gross domestic product report, while Japanese boursesNaomi Rovnick in Hong Kong

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    Andy Haldane seeks real-time global view

    Andy Haldane: Goes boldly on . . .  Bank of England chief economist Andy Haldane is the new Captain Kirk. At a lecture atEdited by Harriet Agnew, City Correspondent

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    English men paid more if parents have degrees, study finds

    English men whose parents are university educated are likely to earn 20 per cent more than those whose mothers and fathersHelen Warrell, Public Policy Correspondent

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    Demand for big data and skills shortages drives wages boom

    Rising demand for big data expertise in retail, banking and finance has created a severe skills shortage that is allowingBy Helen Warrell, Public Policy Correspondent

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    Russia and Ukraine reach gas deal

    Russia has secured an 11th-hour deal to resume gas exports to Ukraine, allaying concerns that Europe would face an energyChristian Oliver in Brussels, Jack Farchy in Moscow and Roman Olearchyk in Kiev

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    Alarm at race to lower corporate tax spurs debate on ethical duty

    The British government has found it hard to resist a damaging race to lower corporate tax, in spite of plans to crack downVanessa Houlder

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    Alternative stress tests cannot compare with those of the ECB

    Sir, It is with puzzlement that we read “Alternative stress tests find French banks are weakest in Europe” (Inside Business,

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    QE has proved a poor substitute for what Keynes recommended

    Sir, Jon Moynihan writes with passion and commitment (Letters, October 30), but with less scrupulousness for historical

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    Repetition does not make claims more convincing

    Sir, it is odd that Stephen Foley’s argument for standardising corporate bonds (“A labyrinthine bond market serves no one”,

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