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    Italy regional elections deliver warning to Renzi

    Regional elections in Italy delivered warning signs for Matteo Renzi, the country’s reform-minded prime minister, even asJames Politi in Rome

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    China rate cut unlikely to shalt slowdown, say analysts

    China’s surprise interest rate cut late on Friday will not reverse the trend of slower growth and tighter credit, analystsGabriel Wildau in Shanghai

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    Instability risk looms large despite G20 hopes

    The national leaders who gathered in Brisbane for the G20 summit set themselves the ambitious goals of promoting growth andDavid Riley

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    Fortnum’s prospers with historic expansion

    Fortnum & Mason, the luxury food and gift retailer, has reported its highest profits in its 307-year history with its firstKadhim Shubber

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    BHP Billiton to extend capital expenditure cuts

    BHP Billiton has outlined further cuts to capital expenditure and a shake-up of its senior management, as thePeter Wells

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    CGN opens books for biggest Hong Kong listing for year to date

    CGN Power, China’s top nuclear power producer, has opened the books on the largest Hong Kong listing of 2014, part of a rushJosh Noble in Hong Kong

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    Stocks rally set to falter in Europe

    Monday 07:20GMT. Europe’s equities markets are expected to slip in opening trade, as the region fails to match the momentumPatrick McGee in Hong Kong and Michael Hunter in London

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    Asian central banks seen eying rate cuts

    Easing measures in China and Japan have raised expectations that other Asian central banks will follow suit withJosh Noble in Hong Kong

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    Debt issued by European companies heads for post-crisis high

    The amount of new debt – bonds and loans – issued by European companies is heading for a post-crisis high this year,Andrew Bolger

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    Nest floats plans to offer pension products

    Nest, the state-backed workplace pensions scheme, could further compete with private providers as it floats plans to offerJosephine Cumbo, Pensions Correspondent

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