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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”.
RBS shares snapped up by speculators and hedge funds as taxpayer loses �1.1billion  
George Osborne under pressure over �1bn RBS loss  
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The board of Baxalta, the biotechnology company spun-out from Baxter International, unanimously rejected a $30bn takeover offer from Shire, saying the proposal "significantly undervalues" the group on Tuesday.
A one-hour flight from London to New York could be a step closer with the publication of plans for a hypersonic passenger jet. Airbus believes that its concept aircraft could reach a top speed of Mach 4.5, comfortably outstripping Concorde's Mach 2.0 ...
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 ...
Shares of the solar panel maker climbed after it said second quarter profits eclipsed Wall Street estimates and offered a rosier than expected outlook.

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