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Goldman Sachs has completed the sale of its controversial metal warehousing business to the British Reuben Brothers as WallBy Henry Sanderson and Neil Hume
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With less than five months until the UK general election, end of year polls suggest that neither Labour nor theGeorge Parker, Political Editor
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