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The legal “loophole” that allowed one of the world’s largest hedge funds to make anonymous bets against listed companiesMiles Johnson, Sam Flemming and David Oakley
The US government has deferred a decision until next year on how much ethanol and other biofuels should have been blendedEd Crooks and Gregory Meyer in New York
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York has been accused of working for the Wall Street banks it regulates at a heated SenateGina Chon in Washington
Royal Bank of Scotland has been ordered by the UK’s financial watchdog to pull in its auditors after uncovering a majorSam Fleming and Emma Dunkley
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Strategy concerns meant TalkTalk missed out on a London market rebound on Friday. Berenberg gave TalkTalk a “sell” rating,Bryce Elder
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