Sunday Round-Up: The main stories from yesterday's City pages: The Sunday Telegraph

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UK trade with the boom economies of South-east Asia will double before the end of the century and far outstrip the US as a market for British goods, according to forecasters Oxford Economic Forecasting and Midland Montagu.

More than 70 companies are preparing to go public in pounds 3bn of new issues on the Stock Exchange.

Healthcall, the country's leading provider of out-of-hours doctors, plans to go public in the summer and has appointed Morgan Grenfell as financial adviser.

Classic FM will announce record audience figures this week. Revenue is rising at an annual rate of 30 per cent and the station, launched in September 1992, is trading profitably earlier than expected.

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