Wall St eyes record on BoJ boost

Nikkei hits 7-year high, dollar jumps, yen and gold slump

Eurozone inflation edges up in October

Figure remains well below the ECB’s policy target

Apple Watch set for face off with Swiss

Arrival of smartwatches as a new market segment set to rock Alps

IAG raises 2014 profit target

British Airways’ parent benefits from rivals’ problems

Russia and Ukraine reach gas deal

Agreement forestalls potential winter energy crisis for Europe

Citigroup takes $600m hit on legal charge

Unforeseen bill cuts third quarter result from $3.4bn to $2.8bn

Australian betting market off to the races

Foreign players pile in to A$22bn bookmaking industry

Sony to pull back from China mobile market

Move aims to fix smartphones business after $1.2bn quarterly loss

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LinkedIn rise bucks social network trend

Investors look past quarterly loss to 2014 profit hopes

Pumpkin lattes fail to warm Starbucks

Shares slide after results fall short of expectations

StanChart faces US sanctions probe

US investigates whether transactions were concealed

Comment and Analysis

WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 29: An American flag waves outside the United States Capitol building as Congress remains gridlocked over legislation to continue funding the federal government September 29, 2013 in Washington, DC. The House of Representatives passed a continuing resolution with language to defund U.S. President Barack Obama's national health care plan yesterday, but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has indicated the U.S. Senate will not consider the legislation as passed by the House. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
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US billionaires beat campaign cash rules

‘Common good’ proves to be malleable concept

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Global army hot on the trail of trolls

Content moderators that go to the dark side of web

Housing and the legit big-city whinge

Cardiff Garcia on a McKinsey report on the effects of insufficient affordable homes

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