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Standard Chartered Dials Down Fear Factor
Standard Chartered 's horror-show year has had investors cowering, but its ending will leave them less fearful of what lies ahead�and leave Bill Winters less apprehensive about the shock he might get on arrival as chief executive this summer.
Standard Chartered chief Peter Sands waives bonus as profits slide  
StanChart rules out share issue after plunge in profits  
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The Government has been warned that the "British" is fast disappearing from British industry following the sale of its stake in cross-Channel rail giant Eurostar.
Scottish Power has become the first of the �big six� energy suppliers to be given a sales ban by the energy regulator after failing to clear a backlog of outstanding customer complaints.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's top share index fell for a fourth straight session on Wednesday, dragged down by disappointing results from precious- metals miner Fresnillo (FRES.
Rangers' statement said: 'If the company is not able to restore trading within one month, admission of the company's securities to AIM will be cancelled.
LONDON, March 4 (Reuters) - Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman's LetterOne investment fund said on Wednesday it was still keen to work with the British government to find a solution that would allow it to buy assets in the North Sea.

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