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George Osborne hopes to raise £3bn by selling another chunk of the government’s stake in Lloyds Banking Group in a move thatEmma Dunkley and Jim Pickard
Oil drillers Nabors Industries, Noble Corp and Transocean surged as investors returned to the companies left with theRichard Blackden in New York and Robin Wigglesworth in London
Diageo was a laggard on Wednesday as investors took fright at a cautious update on its largest business. The Smirnoff makerBryce Elder
If Britain is to keep pace in the global economy, southeast England needs an additional runway. But this vitalHoward Davies
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Britain’s economy has been growing for nearly two years. But until this week, the nation’s workers had precious little to
The US Federal Reserve sent a strong signal that it expects to tighten monetary policy by the middle of 2015 as it droppedRobin Harding in Washington
A man waits in line for one of 5,000 holiday food bags provided at Glide Memorial Church in the Tenderloin neighborhood inJamie Han
After months of nationalist euphoria, Russia’s financial upheaval has brought a sobering blast to the country’s politicalKathrin Hille in Moscow
Greek lawmakers failed to elect Stavros Dimas as the country’s next president in Wednesday’s first-round vote, but theKerin Hope in Athens
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