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  1. Tesco shares fell another 6 per cent after the supermarket ch...
    October 23, 2014

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    Tough times for Tesco

    Tesco shares fell another 6 per cent after the supermarket chain announced a profit fall of more than 90 per cent and a near3m 9secs

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    Row between Rome and Brussels heats up

    The European Commission has asked Italy to detail by Friday how it will avoid violating EU budget rules, according to aJames Politi in Rome

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    Brazilian bidders lift offer for Chiquita

    Brazil’s Cutrale and Safra families have raised their offer for Chiquita from $14 to $14.50 a share in a last-ditch attemptSamantha Pearson in São Paulo

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    Unilever: blame Europe

    The problem is Europe. That is the most positive possible interpretation of Unilever’s third-quarter trading update, which

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    Hong Kong defiance

    Nicolas Asfourini/AFP Pro-democracy protesters stand their ground on a barricaded road in the Mong Kok district of Hong KongJamie Han

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    Canada comes to terms with terror

    The two attacks on servicemen in Ottawa and Quebec this week have shocked the country. The FT’s Robert Wright reports on2m 1secs

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    London property: the break clause

    “An administration fee of £420 inc VAT will be payable upon creation of a legally binding tenancy agreement ” For those who

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    SK Hynix: winning the battle

    While everyone focuses on the big fight, sometimes the interesting action is outside the ring. So it is in mobile devices.

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    Kuwait to launch $5bn stake sale

    Kuwait’s sovereign wealth fund plans to sell stakes valued at more than $5bn in three listed companies as the governmentSimeon Kerr in Dubai

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    The jingle that sounds the road to economic recovery

    This winter Patrick Honohan, the governor of Ireland’s central bank, will be listening out for “jingle mail”. It isGillian Tett

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