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    Goldman metal warehouse sale to Reuben Brothers

    Goldman Sachs has completed the sale of its controversial metal warehousing business to the British Reuben Brothers as WallBy Henry Sanderson and Neil Hume

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    Banks face restrictions on use of rating agencies in risk assessment

    Banks’ scope to use credit rating agencies to assess the risks in their portfolios will be sharply reduced as globalSam Fleming

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    Optimism on US banks: is it overdone?

    For US banks, 2014 has been another year of adversity: more multibillion-dollar fines, failed stress tests, politicalTom Braithwaite

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    Polls point to most unpredictable UK general election in decades

    With less than five months until the UK general election, end of year polls suggest that neither Labour nor theGeorge Parker, Political Editor

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    Cameron has surrendered to his party’s vote-repelling right wing

    A mere opinion poll that came out last week must count as one of the political moments of the year in Britain. It did notJanan Ganesh

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    The geopolitical game in the Arctic heats up

    Ever since a Russian submarine planted its country’s national flag on the seabed beneath the North Pole seven years ago,

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    Theresa May’s curb on foreign students is misguided

    Theresa May, Britain’s home secretary, has barely disguised her ambition to succeed David Cameron as Conservative leader. To

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    Bagpipers bring festive feel to Jerusalem

    Every year Palestinian bagpipers descend on Jerusalem before heading to Bethlehem. They are an unusual legacy of the British4m 24secs

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    A federal cure for a shattered Middle East

    Any chance of an end to the carnage in Syria and Iraq, and a return to some level of stability, looks contingent on anBy David Gardner

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    Sky and the broadcasting battle: All to play for

    No company in the UK advertises more than Sky. The satellite TV provider spends 50 per cent more on marketing each year,Henry Mance

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