Ex-Yukos shareholders awarded $50bn

Ruling is biggest compensation award made in an arbitration case

IMF warns pound is overvalued

Fund also criticises Bank of England communications

Gaza fighting eases amid ceasefire calls

War-weary Gazans observe Eid holiday marking end of Ramadan

Ukip online shop makes £80,000 in a year

Silk ties and safety jackets on offer

London companies warn on housing costs

Employers find recruitment harder and wages rising

Reckitt pushes ahead with pharma spin-off

Group to divest heroin substitute business

Ryanair first-quarter profits soar

Late Easter holidays lift profits to €197m from €78m

BSkyB invests in virtual reality start-up

Pay-TV provider doubles its backing of California’s Jaunt

Peer-to-peer lending set to hit £1bn mark

Flow of funds doubles in the first half of the year

Martin Gilbert of Aberdeen Asset Management.
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Aberdeen falls on £4bn client withdrawal

Fund manager reports improved sentiment towards emerging markets

Investors more wary over tech stock run

Switch to cyclical investing may hit likes of Google and Amazon

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France proud of first world war solidarity

Battles seen as a time when the country stood together

Voices from Libya’s armed struggle

Three years after toppling Gaddafi, the revolutionaries have turned on each other

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