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Barclays Takes $800 Million Provision Related to Forex Probes
The U.K. lender reported a charge related to foreign-exchange investigations as it announced its third-quarter earnings. Bloomberg News.
Profit Falls 26% at Barclays, Weighed Down by Legal Costs  New York Times
Barclays sets aside �500m for forex fixing fine  Citywire.co.uk
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Rebound in FTSE halted by drop in BT and commodity stocks
LONDON (Reuters) - A fall in the share prices of commodity companies, and in telecoms group BT (BT.L) halted a rebound in Britain's top equity index on Thursday.
FTSE erases losses as US delivers stellar growth  Citywire.co.uk
Thursday's most followed - Shell, Barclays, Tesco, Gulf Keystone ...  Proactive Investors UK
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US economy shakes torpor with 3.5% growth
The US economy expanded at an annualised rate of 3.5 per cent in the third quarter of 2014, ending years of mediocre domestic growth and shaking off the more recent weakness in other major global economies.
US GDP growth is 3.5% in 3rd quarter  CBC.ca
US economy grows 3.5% in third quarter  Channel News Asia
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Oil Price Slump Unbalances Majors' Budgets
Gasoline prices are shown at a Shell gas station in Encinitas, California. As the price of oil falls, major oil companies will find it increasingly important to trim investment and costs.
Shell Earnings Buoyed by Strength in Liquefied Natural Gas  New York Times
REFILE-UPDATE 3-Shell outpaces peers with profit growth, keeps spending  Reuters
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FTSE ends higher despite Fed ending QE with Smith & Nephew lifted by results
Markets uncertain as Federal Reserve ends kong running bond buying programme. Photo: AP/Richard Drew. Nick Fletcher. Thursday 30 October 2014 12.47 EDT.
UPDATE 1-Artificial hips business boosts Smith & Nephew profit  Reuters
FTSE 100 movers: Smith and Nephew rises after first quarter results  Yahoo Finance UK
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Brixton Ritzy cinema climbs down over redundancies
Staff at Brixton's Ritzy cinema have won their protests over plans to axe as many as 34 of the 93 positions. The jobs were at threat, Ritzy owner Picturehouse cautioned its staff, on account of the success of their campaign to be paid the current London living ...
Massive u-turn saves 34 jobs at Ritzy  BECTU Magazine
Ritzy cinema bosses back down  Socialist Party
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Honda opens 'self-sufficient' hydrogen refuelling station
The company said it was the UK's first commercial-scale solar-powered hydrogen production and refuelling facility. Since October 2011 the site has relied on bottled gas bought in but now uses solar panels.
First sun-powered hydrogen refuelling station opens in UK  E&T magazine
Fuel For Thought  motoring.co.uk
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Standard Chartered share price falls as US prosecutors reopen probe into Iran ...
US authorities have relaunched their probe into British bank Standard Chartered's breaking of sanctions on Iran, sending the share price tumbling.
Standard Chartered share price tumbles as US prosecutors reopen probe  iNVEZZ
US re-opens investigation into Standard Chartered breaking Iran sanctions  Telegraph.co.uk
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Countrywide reports record business despite housing market slowdown
Countrywide, the owner of estate agents such as Bairstow Eves and Hamptons, says it's on track for record profits. Photograph: Christopher Thomond/Guardian.
Countrywide share price: Third Quarter Earnings Rise, But Cautious On 2015 ...  iNVEZZ
Countrywide reports record business levels  Mortgage Introducer
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Offshore wind farms may be scrapped due to budget cap, ScottishPower warns
Several proposed offshore wind farms may be scrapped in coming months because the Government is not awarding enough subsidies, the head of energy giant ScottishPower has said.
Iberdrola's First Offshore Wind Farm Goes Online Early  North American Windpower
Iberdrola, Dong Offshore Wind Farm Reaches Full Output  Businessweek
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