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The Bucharest Stock Exchange is the largest bourse in post-communist south-east Europe and for spells in the past decade hasAndrew MacDowall
The pace of US growth in the third quarter was 3.9 per cent annualised – faster than market forecasts. The response ofJamie Chisholm
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Watson, the IBM supercomputer named after the company’s visionary founder, is probably best known for pummelling formidableMian Ridge
An unexpected fall in business investment has reinforced concerns about the balance of the UK economy’s recovery, its heavyEmily Cadman
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Saudi Arabia, Opec’s leader and largest producer, has signalled it will not push for a big change in production targets asAnjli Raval and Neil Hume in Vienna
Power of four There is a rarely seen simultaneous changing of the guard taking place at the top of the powerful FrenchMichael Stothard in Paris
US retailers are hoping to avoid uninvited guests this Thanksgiving. Following a year of high-profile cyber securityElizabeth Paton in New York
It is not your typical home seller’s patter. “Most home buyers would not have this area top of their list. It has issuesAndrew Bounds, North of England correspondent
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