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Carlyle profits up 92% amid sell-offs

Private equity house narrowly misses expectations

UK bankers feel shortchanged by bonus clampdown

Industry worried about red tape, enforcement and competition

Barclays tops FTSE after earnings

Profits beat forecasts at High St bank

Preserve gains against market shakeouts

Cost of protecting profits is low considering the bumpy road ahead

Top-rated government bonds defy gravity

Yields are low and prices look frothy, but this is not a bubble

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Singer’s warning on electromagnetic pulse he dreads

UK bankers face tough bonus clawbacks

Bank of England regime to stamp out misconduct

Gold fix to be up and running by year-end

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UK ‘linker’ bond attracts record demand

DMO prices deal at negative real yield for first time

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