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    China bank funds buy stake in Mediobanca

    Funds affiliated with China’s central bank have bought a minority stake in Mediobanca, Italy’s pre-eminent investment bank,Daniel Schäefer and Arash Massoudi in London and James Politi in Rome

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    Consumer stocks: change is bad

    A consumer behaviour observed less often these days: a shopping excursion to Walmart, followed by a stop at McDonald's for a

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    EU to warn France and Italy on budget plans

    The European Commission will on Wednesday tell five eurozone countries, including France and Italy, that their budget plansPeter Spiegel in Brussels

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    Rochester poll battle poised to define Tory war with Ukip

    Mark Reckless orders two lunches at the Garden House Café on Rochester high street as he breaks off for some much-neededElizabeth Rigby, Deputy Political Editor

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    ECB leak a tonic for volatile Italy

    Stressed financial markets have received another shot in the arm, this time from the European Central Bank – and probablyRalph Atkins – London

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    With thoughts elsewhere

    Toby Melville/Reuters Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron (L) attends a ceremonial welcome for the President of SingaporeMarcus Cotton

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    Reform alone is no solution for the eurozone

    Might the policies of the eurozone result in a robust recovery? My answer is: no. Since the eurozone generated 17 per centMartin Wolf

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    ‘Business is held hostage by politics’

    This is the transcript of the last speech by Christophe de Margerie, chief executive of Total, given shortly before his

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    Water: Thirst for life

    With his military fatigues and the holstered gun at his hip, Lieutenant John Nores Jr is a slightly unnerving sight as heBy Pilita Clark

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    Go-Ahead considers foray into Singapore bus market

    Go-Ahead, London’s biggest bus operator, is weighing its first move into Singapore’s bus market, where the government isBy Joel Lewin

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