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Market Report: Pre-tax profits rise boosts Arm Holdings
Don't write off Arm Holdings just yet. The microchip designer that helped power the smartphone revolution climbed 47.5p to 881p yesterday after revealing pre-tax profits rose 9 per cent in the first half.
London Report: FTSE rises as rebels move to hand over MH17 black boxes  
TUESDAY MARKET CLOSE: Arm heads higher as FTSE jumps 1%  
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Royal Bank of Scotland executives have been accused of being �wilfully obtuse� with a Parliamentary committee over whether its controversial Global Restructuring Group was run as an �internal profit centre� for the bank.
More than two thirds - 67% - of all new complaints to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) were about payment protection insurance (PPI), according to its latest complaints figures.
Credit Suisse reported its biggest-ever quarterly loss yesterday after it pleaded guilty and paid $2.6bn (�1.5bn) to the US Department of Justice over aiding tax evasion in May.
The food group Premier Foods is pinning its hopes of a turnaround on a relaunch of its Mr Kipling cake brand and the return of its Homepride Fred character after its half-yearly pre-tax losses more than tripled from �15.7m to �54.9m.
A Pro-Russian rebel stands near the burnt Ukrainian army tank on the outskirts of Donetsk. Geopolitical concerns are worrying UK firms.

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