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Gold is set to close the week at its lowest level in four years, pushed down by a strong US dollar and increased chances ofHenry Sanderson
HSBC is expected to set aside about £400m ($640m) to cover the cost of an investigation into suspected manipulation ofMartin Arnold in London
ExxonMobil and Chevron have bucked the trend in the international oil industry by reporting increased profits for the thirdEd Crooks in New York
Protests continued in Burkina Faso on Friday as President Blaise Compaoré sought to cling to power, a day after the army ofJavier Blas – Africa Editor
The trick of writing a column is to begin with something sexy that grabs the reader’s attention. If I worked for one ofGary Silverman
When Serge Weinberg started as Sanofi chairman in 2010, the French pharmaceuticals company looked to be hitting its stride.Adam Thomson in Paris
Sitting in his home in San Francisco’s Nob Hill, arachnophobe Tim Suzman is watching a virtual spider creep across a virtualHannah Kuchler
Outside the British Consul’s house in San Francisco is a palm tree and a giant sign proclaiming “Technology is Great”, withCaroline Daniel
Wouldn’t the world be a happier place if 90 per cent of the people with jobs put their feet up instead and left the robotsRichard Waters
Russia’s central bank has raised its key interest rate by 150 basis points to 9.5 per cent in an attempt to stem the steadyCourtney Weaver in Moscow
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