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    Japan equities climb 1% after mixed data

    Tokyo markets are climbing 1 per cent as investors digest a raft of mixed data released just before the opening bell. New

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    Militants kill at least 27 in Egypt’s Sinai region

    Militants in Egypt’s troubled northern Sinai region killed at least 27 people in simultaneous mortar and bomb attacksHeba Saleh in Cairo

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    City Insider: Hampton destined to stay on shore

    Sir Philip Hampton: Rough ride Ahoy there, Sir Philip. There’s a phrase the outgoing chairman of Royal Bank of ScotlandEdited by Harriet Agnew

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    Record numbers seek UK university places

    Record numbers of 18-year-olds have applied to British universities and youngsters from the poorest areas are more likely toHelen Warrell, Public Policy Correspondent

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    Gatwick expansion plans attacked by MPs

    Building a second runway at Gatwick airport would be a disaster for the area, causing transport gridlock and “irreparableJim Pickard, Chief Political Correspondent

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    UK retail spending rises as ‘feel-better factor’ returns

    UK consumers are increasing their spending in the shops as they become more confident about personal finances, according toEmily Cadman

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    High earners hit hardest in narrowing pay gap

    Pay inequality has lessened in the UK during the past three years because the real wages of highly paid employees haveSarah O’Connor, Employment Correspondent

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    Shake Shack burgers valued at $745m

    Shake Shack, the high-end American burger chain founded by acclaimed restaurateur Danny Meyer, priced its shares at moreEric Platt in San Francisco

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    Dread Pirate accused of ‘execution’ chat in Silk Road trial

    “Dread Pirate Roberts”, the alleged mastermind of the Silk Road internet marketplace, said he “wouldn’t mind” if a drugKara Scannell in New York

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    Amazon: ready for prime time

    Companies are rarely praised for mediocre results. But there are exceptions: shareholders rejoiced on Thursday when Amazon

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