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Japan industrial production data lifts stocks - BBC News

Japan industrial production data lifts stocks
BBC News
Asia stocks received a lift from stronger-than-expected Japan industrial production and US consumer confidence data hitting a seven-month high. Manufacturing output in the world's third-largest economy rose by 2.7% in September from a month earlier, ...

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UBS misses profit estimates after $1.9bn legal provision - BBC News

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UBS misses profit estimates after $1.9bn legal provision
BBC News
Switzerland's biggest bank, UBS, has missed profit estimates after it set aside $1.9bn (£1.2bn) in legal provisions amid an investigation over alleged currency-rigging. Net income rose by 32% to 762m francs (£498m) in the third quarter, below analyst ...

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Liverpool v Swansea, Capital One Cup: live - Telegraph.co.uk

Liverpool v Swansea, Capital One Cup: live
Telegraph.co.uk
... you find interesting), Liverpool have not beaten a Premier League side in the Capital One Cup, née Carling Cup, née Worthington Cup, née Coca-Cola Cup, née Rumbelows Cup, née Littlewoods Challenge Cup, née Milk Cup, née Football League Cup at ...


Liverpool v Swansea, Capital One Cup: as it happened - Telegraph.co.uk

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Liverpool v Swansea, Capital One Cup: as it happened
Telegraph.co.uk
Balotelli has experienced a testing start to life on Merseyside following his £16 million summer transfer from AC Milan, scoring only once in 11 appearances where his energy levels have been constantly questioned. He also angered Rodgers, among others ...

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US shares rise on strong results - BBC News

US shares rise on strong results
BBC News
Companies including Unilever, Proctor & Gamble and Coca-Cola are bringing in auditors to check the books of their UK divisions, the Telegraph reports, following the accounting scandal at Tesco. "There are questions in the industry about how a black ...

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Morning Agenda: Fed Ends Bond Purchases - New York Times

Morning Agenda: Fed Ends Bond Purchases
New York Times
Two weeks later, according to its lawsuit, the bank realized it had made a mistake: At the time of the wire transfers, Galbraith Capital was winding down operations and it had no cash left in its account with Credit Suisse. The bank asked for its money ...


Singapore banking dynasty gives back through charitable family foundation - BBC News

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Singapore banking dynasty gives back through charitable family foundation
BBC News
In the midst of Singapore's looming skyline stands a lone 1930s mansion. Stark white in the bright equatorial sun, its original 19th century style now has a startling addition - a 20-story glass-and-steel residential tower cantilevered over it. This is ...

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