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Greece to offer taxpayers a deal

Greece is to allow money held abroad by its taxpayers to be declared without penalty.

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'Half of investors expect Greek exit'

Half of investors expect Greece to leave the euro zone within 12 months, a survey by Sentix showed.

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World shares cool ahead of Fed

World shares shuffled away from all-time highs on Tuesday as surging Chinese stocks took a breather.

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Hong Kong shares close lower
April 23 2015 at 10:53

Hong Kong stocks easing off fresh seven-year highs on Thursday.

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Worries over generic drugs prices
April 23 2015 at 04:50

A potential $40.1 billion (R486.4bn) generic drug merger already has Brad Arthur bracing for a blow to his family-run pharmacy in Buffalo, New York.

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Sony: Stronger sales to extend rally
April 23 2015 at 04:49

Japanese consumer electronics firm Sony yesterday raised its earnings estimates for the second time in three months, citing higher-than-expected sales of camera sensors and video games.

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BHP slows iron ore expansion
April 23 2015 at 04:48

BHP Billiton is curbing the pace of its iron ore expansion, slowing the final stages of the $120 billion (R1.4 trillion) race by the world’s biggest producers to raise output as a supply glut holds prices near a 10-y... Read Story
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Iron ore firm to raise funds in EU
April 23 2015 at 04:46

BHP Billiton is selling bonds in euros as the biggest mining company becomes the latest in a line of non-European borrowers to raise funds in the region.

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EU turns up heat on Russian gas giant
April 23 2015 at 04:41

The EU launched a legal attack on Gazprom yesterday, stoking tensions with Moscow as it accused the Russian gas giant of overcharging buyers in eastern Europe and hindering competition.

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Tesco’s record loss is ‘as ugly as feared’
April 23 2015 at 04:40

Tesco revealed the cost of its spectacular decline yesterday with an annual loss of £6.4 billion (R115.7bn), one of the biggest in British corporate history, and warned that there could be more pain to come.

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Glencore hunts for more farm ventures
April 23 2015 at 04:33

Glencore, the Swiss mining house and commodities trader, was seeking more deals in agriculture following the success of the C$6.1 billion (R60.4bn) takeover of Viterra three years ago, chairman Tony Hayward said.

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Richemont profit slumps as weak euro triggers losses
April 23 2015 at 04:32

Richemont, the maker of Cartier jewellery and Montblanc pens, said full-year profit dropped about 36 percent after the euro’s plunge triggered writedowns to the value of cash deposits held in that currency.

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1 900-year-old Egyptian hangover cure discovered
April 23 2015 at 04:31

For most people, a hangover will have them reaching for the painkillers and greasy breakfast, but those living in ancient Egypt had a rather different approach.

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