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Of all the metrics analysts study to value a share, the one they seem to regard least is the dividend. It is often anNeil Collins
Britain’s biggest lenders are shutting hundreds of branches and culling thousands of staff in a push to cut costs and moveEmma Dunkley and Martin Arnold
BASF, the world’s biggest chemical maker by sales, has slashed its sales and earnings targets for 2015, as it lowered itsChris Bryant in Frankfurt
It is 8pm and the train on Jerusalem’s Light Rail service is rolling uphill from the city’s Jewish, western city centre,John Reed in Jerusalem
Morgan Sindall ’s shares fell 11.2 per cent on Friday after it warned that its full-year results will be below expectationsJohn Aglionby
At the end of September, US financial funds had their largest inflows in six months as markets discounted rate hikes,Henny Sender
Toyota has sold a part of its stake in US electric carmaker Tesla, as the world’s biggest automaker banks on fuel cellKana Inagaki in Tokyo
Sweden has called off its hunt for a foreign submarine, bringing the seven-day operation in the Stockholm archipelago to anRichard Milne, Nordic Correspondent
The newest issue of Men’s Journal contains an amazing story about people desperate to get rich by buying stock in companiesMatthew C Klein
Elsewhere on Friday, - Why Google’s autonomous car may never actually happen. - We can clone your dog for you wholesale. -David Keohane
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