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GBP/CNY 10.1347 +0.0443 (0.44%)
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Alibaba prices record-setting IPO at $68
Alibaba, the ecommerce company that helped transform both retailing and finance in China, has priced its initial public offering at $68 per share, the top end of a range it agreed days ago.
Insight - A year later, most mega IPOs are mega laggards  
Alibaba prices IPO at high end; expected to start trading Friday  
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Ireland's economy is growing at an explosive pace not seen since the glory days of the Celtic Tiger, setting off a scramble for Dublin property.
GLASGOW (MarketWatch) - It was never supposed to get this far. Tomorrow, Scotland votes to be an independent nation after two years of campaigning and debate with everything still hanging in the balance.
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