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All 31 institutions taking part in first stage clear minimum capital hurdle

Miliband seeks cap on pension drawdown fees

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Merger boom fuelled by need to boost pipelines

Britishness may not be enough for Fraser’s

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Serco counts cost of public sector deals

Policy of undercutting rivals takes its toll on outsourcing group

SFO narrows focus of central bank probe

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