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    Opec oil decision weighs on energy stocks

    Friday 03:20GMT. Australian energy shares fell back after Opec left its oil production targets unchanged, while JapanesePatrick McGee in Hong Kong

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    Rio Tinto to keep progressive dividend

    Rio Tinto, one of the world’s largest producers of iron ore, has opted to keep lifting dividends in a bid to keep investorsPeter Wells

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    Japan’s CPI falls to 0.9%

    Japanese core inflation last month fell below 1 per cent to a 13 month low, just weeks before prime minister Shinzo AbePatrick McGee in Hong Kong

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    Tower developers hope to win Britons over to high-rise living

    A series of residential towers is set to spring up in cities across Britain as property developers and investors seek toKate Allen, Property Correspondent

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    City Insider: Finegold soaks it up

    Nick Finegold: Soaking it up Old school broker Nick Finegold has a new mission: tidying people’s bedrooms. The founder ofEdited by Harriet Agnew

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    David Cameron plans benefits block to stem flow of EU migrants

    David Cameron will announce plans on Friday to exclude EU migrant workers from much of Britain’s welfare state. But he willGeorge Parker and Helen Warrell in London and Peter Spiegel in Strasbourg

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    Opec decision threatens US shale industry investment

    The sharp drop in oil prices following Opec’s decision to maintain output will choke off investment in the shale oilJonathan Guthrie in New York

  5. 7 hours ago

    Ladybird struggles to lift off as prices fall

    The Biedronka discount store next to a coffee bar in Warsaw’s business district keeps a low profile. The name translates asAnnabelle Chapman

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    Poles’ energy fears override green goals

    Recent events in Ukraine have led Poland to the conclusion that energy security is a more pressing concern than carbonAdam Easton

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    Poland’s banks turn high tech

    At a discount grocery store in Warsaw, customers whip through the checkout, paying wirelessly by holding their credit cardsAndrew Kureth

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