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Olympics officials have taken the rare step of publicly criticising Norway’s decision to pull its bid to host the 2022 By Roger Blitz, Leisure Industries Correspondent
Small company stocks, unloved and suffering a standard market correction, may soon find favour, as cheaper valuations By Eric Platt and Michael Mackenzie in New York
More than 6 per cent of the 8,000 surgeries in England face closure within the next year because of a shortage of doctors to By John Aglionby
Last week, India’s prime minister Narendra Modi launched an ambitious push to kick-start India’s relatively small Mian Ridge
EU party leaders across the political spectrum were bracing for partisan bloodletting on Thursday after at least four By Peter Spiegel and Christian Oliver in Brussels
And so the fall in emerging market currencies continues. Over the past month, the third episode of taper tantrum has pushed Alan Beattie
Virgin Money has become the latest small British bank to announce plans for an initial public offering, seeking to raise By Martin Arnold in London
France’s two big carmakers are pressing President François Hollande to quicken the pace of economic reform to boost their By Andy Sharman and Hugh Carnegy in Paris
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