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    Lawsuit alleges manipulation of precious metals benchmark

    A US jewellery company has filed a class-action lawsuit against Goldman Sachs, HSBC, Standard Bank and BASF allegingBy Henry Sanderson

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    UK advertising watchdog raps YouTube stars over Oreo video

    Some of the UK’s most popular YouTube stars have been criticised by the advertising watchdog for promoting Oreo biscuitsRobert Cookson, Digital Media Correspondent

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    Europe to push back US clearing decision

    Europe will formally push back next month’s introduction of new capital rules for banks as it continues to argue with the USPhilip Stafford

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    SeaDrill suspends dividend as falling oil price takes toll

    A “perfect storm” involving the declining oil price and Russian sanctions has prompted SeaDrill, the world’s largest oil andDavid Crouch in Gothenburg

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    Washing before prayers in Guinea

    Jerome Delay/AP Men wash before prayers at the fishing port of Conakry, Guinea’s capital. Last March, the World HealthJamie Han

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    Optimism abounds in Turkey despite conflicts

    Turkey has endured a grinding civil war on its border with no end in sight, a region increasingly aflame with jihadis, and aDaniel Dombey in Istanbul

  4. beyondbrics

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    Romania stock exchange sets sights on EM status

    The Bucharest Stock Exchange is the largest bourse in post-communist south-east Europe and for spells in the past decade hasAndrew MacDowall

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    ‘Japanification’ can suppress long US yields

    The pace of US growth in the third quarter was 3.9 per cent annualised – faster than market forecasts. The response ofJamie Chisholm

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    Policing Mong Kok

    Kin Cheung/AP A police officer blows his whistle at pro-democracy protesters as barricades are removed from an occupied areaJamie Han

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    Where does Watson the supercomputer leave mere human workers?

    Watson, the IBM supercomputer named after the company’s visionary founder, is probably best known for pummelling formidableMian Ridge

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