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  • Global Economy
  • Weak world economy worries US officials
  • Eurozone alarm grows over Greek brinkmanship
  • Gross calls ECB QE ‘too little, too late’
  • Obama plans to tax overseas cash piles
  • China factory activity slowest since 2012
  • Statistical tweaks burnish India growth
  • NY turns used cars to cabs to fight Uber
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  • Cash-strapped UK councils prepare munibonds
  • Wall Street slides as US growth slows
  • Bulk commodity shipping rates fall sharply
  • QE effect on shares offsets Greek worries
  • Cost of cheap oil on US earnings revealed
  • Petrofac bounces on deepwater retreat talk
  • Fed looms large over bank stock prospects
  • Biogen soars on profit forecast
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  • Hedge Funds
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  • Ackman breaks into hedge fund top 20
  • Weavering founder jailed for 13 years
  • Brevan Howard settles dispute with trader
  • BlueCrest suffers in Swiss franc fallout
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  • Macro managers seek return of volatility
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  • BlackRock income falls amid fund outflows
  • Commodities
  • Refiners see Keystone as path to security
  • US coal prices hit six-year low
  • Oil groups struggle on UK’s junior market
  • Uncertainty sparks a rush for gold
  • Bulk commodity shipping rates fall sharply
  • Chevron chief says oil price to rebound
  • Coal India to earn state up to $4.1bn
  • New Saudi king stamps his authority
  • Miners eye another round of spending cuts
  • Mongolians in text vote on Rio Tinto rift
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  • Hellman & Friedman eyes Auto Trader bid
  • Weak world economy worries US officials
  • ECB dismisses supply side view of eurozone woes
  • BoE report into forex-rigging cost 3m
  • Wall Street slides as US growth slows
  • Dollar rally stalls on rate rise rethink
  • IC — January 31 highlights
  • Russia startles markets with rate cut
  • Swiss franc drifts lower
  • Private Equity
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  • Severn Trent divi cut invites marauders
  • Wall St rallies as crude prices rebound
  • Eurozone QE weighs on German bond yields
  • Belarus president triggers bond sell-off
  • Risky loan deals hit post-crisis high
  • US Fed policy comes under question
  • NYT > Banking Industry
  • Greece Signals Unwillingness to Cooperate With Auditors
  • The Dangerous State of Americans’ Savings
  • British Regulators Assessing Loan Insurance Compensation Efforts
  • E.C.B. Warns Lenders Over Dividends and Executive Pay
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  • Four Questions for 2015
  • Delving Into Morass of Insider Trading
  • Ex-Secretary to Madoff Is Sentenced to Six Years in Prison
  • Hedge Fund Kept U.S. Inquiry Quiet
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