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US and European junk bonds tumble

Investors reject high-yield issues in flight to haven assets

Gross, Pimco rivalry hinges on US economy

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Icahn secures AIG board representation

Group strikes deal with activists to avoid battle with investors

Commerzbank results fuel leap in shares

Lender pledges to pay dividend and close internal ‘bad bank’

HSBC drops plans for pay freeze

Staff protest over salary suspension prompts U-turn

Bitcoin threatened by software schism

Developers release rival version of code behind digital currency

Sweden cuts rates deep into negative territory

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