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Shell to cut spending by $15 billion over next three years
LONDON (Reuters) - Oil major Royal Dutch Shell said on Thursday it would curtail spending by $15 billion (10 billion pounds) over the next 3 years while keeping dividends stable in a bid to calm investors amid plunging oil prices.
Shell to slash spending by $15bn after oil price collapse  
Shell to cut investment by $15bn over three years  
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The pace of house price growth softened for the fifth month in a row in January, Nationwide Building Society has reported. UK property values were 6.8% higher this month than they were a year ago, taking the average price to �188,446 and marking the fifth ...
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Syriza's overwhelming victory in the Greek election and its push for a big debt writedown have prompted claims that Ireland should follow suit.
TESCO chief executive Dave Lewis yesterday lived up to his nickname �drastic Dave� as the company named the 43 stores it would be closing in a bid to revive its flagging fortunes.
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