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Rebuff raises doubts over Canada group’s airliner programme

Hedge funds suffer worst month since 2008

Stock pickers battered by market turbulence

Chips drive Samsung Q3 operating profit

Company flags 78% surge to Won7.3tn even as smartphones struggle

Isis says it carried out Yemen attack

Isis expansion into country would complicate its civil war

IMF sees worst global growth since crisis

Recovery in rich nations masked by slowdown in China and EMs

Tech companies thrown by data ruling

Post-Snowden backlash hits Facebook and Google

US admits ‘mistake’ in Afghan air strike

Médecins Sans Frontières calls attack in Kunduz a ‘war crime’

Fridman group in talks to buy Eon assets

Russian billionaire interested in Norwegian North Sea fields

Royal London extends profit-share scheme

About 600,000 existing customers of the mutual will be eligible

Asian bourses drift ahead of BoJ decision

Oil price jump boosts energy sector and dents airline shares

Adobe shares drop on profits warning

Shortfall blamed on rising dollar and final transition to cloud

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Supply and demand gap explains low growth

Low rates and oil price fall are responses to output discrepancy

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