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Glencore investors disappointed by the company’s quarterly production report released this week — especially in metals —Emiko Terazono
Yemen’s government in exile has called for UN intervention in the country as violence worsened in the southern city of Aden.Peter Salisbury in New York and Simeon Kerr in Riyadh
With polls predicting the closest UK general election result in decades, the outcome of each constituency will be closelyRebecca Bream and Mark Odell
The last members of “Occupy Wall Street” were pushed out of Zuccotti Park in New York in November, 2011. But the originalGideon Rachman
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Commerzbank has set aside €57m for a dividend payout this year, as it plans to return cash to shareholders for the firstJames Shotter in Frankfurt
Seven and a half years is six months of a serious itch. No surprise, then, that Morgan Stanley has downgraded its overweight
Banker bashing is back. The City had thought the worst was over, as a recovering UK economy reduced public anger, but thePatrick Jenkins, Financial Editor
Aviva’s turnround is “on track and ahead of schedule” said the boss of the FTSE 100 insurer after reporting a 14 per centClaer Barrett
Some top US former military leaders have called for Congress to give President Barack Obama the fast-track authority heShawn Donnan in Washington
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