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US shutdown: Pound surges to year high against dollar

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Traders' emails reveal shocking conspiracy at Icap, the financial company owned by former Conservative treasurer and prominent party donor Michael Spencer - now bankers face 30 years in jail

Greece's Herculean task is to survive a recession as big as the Wall Street Crash

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Suits you, sir: model wears pinstripe suit £475, Tommy Hilfiger, tommy.com

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Merrill Lynch poised to settle race bias claim in $160m deal

A racial discrimination suit against Merrill Lynch that has been slowly winding its way through American courts is close to being resolved, with the biggest settlement of its kind said to be in the works after an eight-year legal tussle.

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Equality fighter NYSE pioneer ‘Mickie’ Siebert dies

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