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    Angry Cameron attacks €2.1bn EU surcharge

    David Cameron, the British prime minister, has attacked the €2.1bn surcharge levied on the UK by the EU, calling itby Peter Spiegel and Alex Barker in Brussels and George Parker in London

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    Caixabank profit rises sharply on lower bad loan costs

    Caixabank gave further evidence on Friday that the Spanish banking sector was returning to health, reporting a sharp rise inIan Mount in Barcelona

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    Nasdaq lifts share buyback limit by $500m

    Nasdaq, the US exchanges operator, has raised the total amount of stock it can buy back by a further $500m after meeting aPhilip Stafford in London

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    P&G to sell off Duracell battery business

    Procter & Gamble is selling off its Duracell battery operation business as chief executive AG Lafley seeks to revive theBarney Jopson in Washington

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    A search for what’s not there turns up a nice little earner

    “GPs and patients’ groups have opposed the National Health Service’s scheme to reward doctors for diagnosing people withBy Martin Sandbu

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    For some European banks, Monday can't come soon enough

    ...forms of financing within the corporate sector itself: intra-sector loans and trade credits.” (ECB Working paper series n. 1528). But so far, declining fragmentation in bond markets has not really helped small firms, which still pay around...FT Alphaville

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    Amazon: discipline out of stock

    Monopoly, monopsony – let’s call the whole thing off. Publishers, and some readers, worry that Amazon has too much market

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    Where the joyride of pension reform may lead

    Stop moaning and get on with it. That’s the general reaction when insurers and pension providers raise questions about theJonathan Eley

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    The deficit will kill the property bubble

    I have a friend who has been trying to sell a central London flat for eight months. Another has had a large house on theMerryn Somerset Webb

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    Botswana votes

    Marco Longari/AFP Residents queue to cast their ballots at a polling station in Serewe on Friday for the Botswana generalJamie Han

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