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2014/09/17 11:06
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The companies were among large cable and phone operators that gobbled up smaller players in more than $200 billion of European deals since 2011 to gain customers and market share. A merger of Vodafone...
2014/09/17 11:06
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2014/09/16 16:16
2014/09/16 16:16
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Imagine a country with the population of Colorado, the land mass of the Czech Republic, a finance industry that’s 10 times as big as the economy, and exports fueled by oil, alcohol and...
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2014/09/10 10:49
2014/09/10 10:49
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MADRID — Emilio Botín, chairman of Banco Santander SA and widely regarded as one of the most powerful people in Spain over the past three decades, has died of a heart attack at the age of 79. In...
2014/09/08 17:03
2014/09/08 17:03
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... - The eurozone economy stagnated in the second quarter, official figures showed on Friday, in line with the poor outlook which pushed the European Central Bank into radical action on...
2014/09/08 00:16
2014/09/08 00:16
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The U.K. government raced to put together a package of more powers for Scotland in a bid to persuade voters to reject independence in a referendum next week in favor of the promise of more autonomy...
2014/09/06 14:27
2014/09/06 14:27
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... fall for sterling? U.K. lender Lloyds, meanwhile, is considering moving its registered office to London rather than Edinburgh, according to Reuters who quoted an anonymous source from the banking...
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2014/09/06 00:36
2014/09/06 00:36
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BBC News - ECB eurozone action: Will it work? For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page Options to kick-start eurozone recovery are slowly being...
2014/09/05 13:34
2014/09/05 13:34
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Frankfurt - The cloud over the German economy, Europe's biggest, appeared to lift somewhat on Friday with data showing a strong rise in industrial production in July. According to economy ministry...
2014/09/05 12:13
2014/09/05 12:13
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Borse Dubai has flogged 8.5 million shares in the LSE causing it to plummet nearly 3%, or 56p, to 2029p and sending it almost to the bottom of the blue-chip table. Nomura was said to be the bank on...
2014/09/04 17:34
2014/09/04 17:34
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Russian President Vladimir Putin waves to people in the city of Gorno-Altaisk, Siberia. Picture: RIA Novosti, Alexei Nikolsky, Presidential Press Service Russian President Vladimir Putin's surprise...
2014/09/04 12:19
2014/09/04 12:19
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German factory orders shrug off 'Putin effect' | GlobalPost Please support our site by enabling javascript to view info. Please support our site by enabling javascript to view ads. German...
2014/09/04 11:27
2014/09/04 11:27
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Despite not announcing any change in policy, the "Old Lady of Threadneedle Street" is poised for action in the not-too-distant future. Two members of the central bank's rate-setting committee voted...
2014/09/04 10:06
2014/09/04 10:06
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Bernard Arnault, the billionaire who built his luxury empire and name as a serial dealmaker, suffered a rare setback yesterday when he agreed to loosen his grip on Hermes International SCA. (RMS) The...
2014/09/04 06:46
2014/09/04 06:46
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There are vocal opponents to Scottish independence, but polling ahead of the September 18 vote suggests the "yes" camp is gaining ground. Goldman Sachs has warned that the UK could fall into a...
2014/09/04 06:08
2014/09/04 06:08
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Eurozone business grew at the slowest rate this year in August and retail sales plummeted in July as escalating tension between Russia and Ukraine subdued spending and investment, surveys showed...
2014/09/03 20:09
2014/09/03 20:09
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George Osborne hailed the figures - which equate to an average upward revision to annual growth rates between 2008 and 2012 of 0.5 percentage points and 0.1 percentage points per year since 1998 - as...
2014/09/03 20:09
2014/09/03 20:09
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Even Germany has stalled. There is no recovery in sight. Eurozone retail sales fell in July and consumer confidence dropped to a six-month low in August. Lena Komileva, from G+Economics, calls it "a...
2014/09/03 19:21
2014/09/03 19:21
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Samsung Electronics Co. unveiled a pair of Galaxy Note smartphones, including one with a display extending down the side, as the No. 1 seller tries to fend off Apple Inc.'s push into large-screen...
2014/09/03 15:06
2014/09/03 15:06
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The screen of the 5.6-inch Note Edge extends beyond the front of the phone, allowing users to read messages, news and stock tickers from an angle. The Note 4, the latest version of Samsung’s marquee...
2014/09/03 12:09
2014/09/03 12:09
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He said that despite Holyrood claiming the UK would be forced into a monetary union with an independent Scotland, Westminsters's threat to leave an independent Scotland on its own is "credible". "One...
2014/09/17 11:06
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