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IntercontinentalExchange wants to rehabilitate Libor by proposing that submitting banks include transactions they conductPhilip Stafford
The government has backed legislation that would allow some terminally ill patients in England and Wales to be givenJohn Aglionby
Londoners beware: the biggest annual gathering of the metals and mining industry kicks off in the capital this week. At LMEHenry Sanderson
Pub company Greene King has persuaded the board of rival group Spirit to accept a revised offer, paving the way for theClaer Barrett and Roger Blitz
Food shortages are nearly as much of a risk as the Ebola virus in the three worst-hit countries of western Africa, anLucy Hornby in Beijing
The American air force has dropped weapons, ammunition and medical supplies to Kurdish troops defending the besieged SyrianJohn Aglionby in London, Daniel Dombey in Ankara and Erika Solomon in Beirut
Ahead of talks on Tuesday with the pro-democracy protest leaders, Hong Kong Chief Executive CY Leung says that the police1m 43secs
The Australian government is poised to raise up to A$5.5bn (US$4.8bn) through the sale of commercial health insurer MedibankJamie Smyth in Sydney
Elsewhere on Monday, - Davies: What is global market turbulence telling us? - Credit kleptocracy and China’s bezzle. -David Keohane
A nervous mood has settled on global financial markets, apparently driven by some disappointing short-term economic data.Andrew Sentance
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