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'Volatile market conditions' blamed for slump in HSBC profits
Banking giant HSBC has revealed a 62% slump in annual profits amid "volatile" trading caused by the Brexit vote and President Donald Trump's election.
HSBC's 2016 profit slumps 62 percent on writedowns as outlook dims  
HSBC profits plunge on rising protectionism, Brexit fears  
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FILE PHOTO: A woman is pictured at work at the Ford Fiesta assembly line in Cologne, Germany, January 6, 2016. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay/File Photo.
Mining giant Anglo American has turned its first annual profit in five years, while rowing back on a sweeping plan to sell off assets it hatched during the depths of the commodities downturn.
The carmaker's UK boss, Paul Willis, said VW did not advertise its cars on the basis of its nitrogen oxide emissions. By Kedar Grandhi.
The futuristic yacht at the centre of a multi-million Euro legal wrangle remains arrested in Gibraltar after lawyers were yesterday unable to agree the terms of a financial security for its release.
InterContinental Hotels Group will return $400m to investors in a special dividend, despite continued signs that the company is being hit by the slowdown in the global hotel industry.

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