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  • Fed Plans Next Phase as End to Stimulus Program Is Expected
  • Monetary Policy: Quantitative Easing Is Ending. Here’s What It Did, in Charts.
  • Economic Scene: More Renters, Less Risk for Wall St.
  • Italy and France Blink in Budget Battle With European Union
  • Falling Factory Orders End 3rd Quarter on a Weak Note
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  • Obama May Cut Deportations
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  • Air Force Says Bombing Worsens Staff Shortage
  • GOP Woos Asian Voters in Swing Districts
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  • Jobless claims drop, showing labor market still healing
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  • S&P gives US credit outlook a better grade
  • Job growth shows economy expanding at leisurely pace
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  • Britain's Fraud Office launches probe into Tesco accounting scandal
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  • Wal-Mart and allies in face-off with Apple Pay over mobile payments
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  • Wal-Mart and allies in face-off with Apple Pay over mobile payments
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  • Samsung seeks smartphone revamp to arrest profit slide
  • Sony changes head of troubled mobile division
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  • Xiaomi moves into third place in global smartphone war
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  • Samsung Electronics third-quarter operating profit down 60.1 percent on year
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  • Reuters: Private Equity
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  • Australia's AMP first company to buy stake in a Chinese pension firm
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  • Dollar gains on Fed rate rise bets
  • Tim Cook says ‘I’m proud to be gay’
  • Weak oil price drags on ConocoPhillips
  • Jerusalem on edge after shooting of rabbi
  • Shell taps ex-BofA man to be new chairman
  • Brazil raises rates to three-year high
  • Barclays sets aside 500m for forex probe
  • Visa launches $5bn share buyback
  • Nato jets intercept Russian aircraft
  • Global Economy
  • Brazil raises rates to three-year high
  • Fed’s slow march to first rise continues
  • Spanish recovery lays bare social crisis
  • Emerging markets exposed by end of QE
  • Governments sign tax evasion deal
  • German exports to Russia tumble
  • Housing market shows more signs of cooling
  • Eurozone lending conditions improve
  • Opec sends ‘don’t panic’ message
  • EU top-up bill row masks payments rise
  • Markets
  • Dollar gains on Fed rate rise bets
  • Rescue measures for stagnant eurozone
  • Rights issues in favour with China developers
  • Hard choices facing rouble’s defenders
  • Global bankruptcy law comes back to life
  • Opec expects fall in US shale output
  • European stocks cry out to contrarians
  • Gold ignores Swiss vote on higher holding
  • Asos jumps as Tybourne takes stake
  • Norway’s oil fund hit by European stocks
  • Hedge Funds
  • Big hedge funds suffer brutal October
  • US institutions lose faith in hedge funds
  • Eclectica hedge fund bleeding assets
  • Copycat managers cannot beat the market
  • Lansdowne Partners creates chairman role
  • Man Group warns on ‘unpredictable’ markets
  • Hedge funds face worst year since 2011
  • Shire deal threat flays hedge funds
  • UK hedge fund founder denies $600m fraud
  • Activist TCI sells Coal India stake
  • Commodities
  • Russian oil: Between a rock and a hard place
  • Opec expects fall in US shale output
  • Gold ignores Swiss vote on higher holding
  • Chinaoil on buying spree as oil drops
  • Opec sends ‘don’t panic’ message
  • Norway’s oil fund hit by European stocks
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  • Cofco unveils plans for joint venture IPO
  • Fall in copper stocks points to rally
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  • Hard choices facing rouble’s defenders
  • Rouble touches another dollar-euro low
  • Barclays sets aside 500m for forex probe
  • Dollar gains on Fed rate rise bets
  • Dollar jumps as hawkish Fed ends QE
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  • Largest economies must fix the eurozone
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  • Month of mellow fruitfulness for markets
  • Deutsche Bank swings to third-quarter loss
  • Private Equity
  • UK banks seek to offload toxic mortgages
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  • NYT > Company Reports
  • Samsung Reports Lowest Profit in 3 Years
  • Losses but Optimism at Martha Stewart Living
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  • Smaller companies face funding freeze
  • Rousseff win sparks Brazil market turmoil
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  • NYT > Banking Industry
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  • Judge Sets ‘Staggering’ Fine in Wyly Brothers Investment Scheme
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