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Customers appear to be prepared to pay ever more for their habit

Google’s Schmidt takes stake in DE Shaw

Investor proves admiration for hedge fund manager by buying 20%

Google's Schmidt buys NY hedge fund stake

Investment vehicle acquires 20% stake in DE Shaw

Hedge funds bet on rise in sterling

Trades contradict Goldman view hung parliament would hit UK assets

Hedge funds bet big on oil price rally

Move comes as energy companies expect ‘lower for longer’ oil

Foreign borrowers wary of dollar rise

Investors fear further defaults on dollar-denominated EM debt

China copper

Copper groups position for price recovery

Hopes rise for rally as shrinking pipeline indicates deficit

Investor returns are all about the timing

Knowing when to choose the right moment to move is not easy

BNY Mellon profits buy time with activists

Net income rises 16% on the back of foreign exchange volatility

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