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RBS short sellers embarrass Osborne
George Osborne was too young for punk rock, a rallying cry of which was: “never trust a hippy”. But he could usefully adapt that slogan, dredged from the era of Thatcherite privatisations, to: “never trust the City”.
The Guardian view on the RBS sell-off: the price is not right  
Britain begins sale of stake in Royal Bank of Scotland  
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According to documents filed with the US Patents Office, the new super jet would fly from London to New York in just one hour. 18:58, UK, Tuesday 04 August 2015.
For some chief executives, the very public implosion of a $54bn (�32bn) deal might warrant a retreat from the spotlight. But just three months on from AbbVie's abandoned takeover of Shire, Flemming Ornskov turned the collapse to his advantage and used ...
The financial regulator has dropped an investigation into a former senior UBS banker caught up in the Libor scandal, after its own review panel found there was not a strong enough case to pursue him.
MUMBAI: American billionaire Gary Klesch has pulled out of a deal to buy Tata Steel's long products business in Europe over expensive energy costs, cheap Chinese shipments and lack of government subsidies, throwing a spanner in the works of the Indian ...
MUMBAI: In a fresh turn to the drama over the mysterious suggestions in the draft Indian Financial Code (IFC), RBI governor Raghuram Rajan indicated that he does not favour holding veto power in a panel that will set interest rates.

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