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London stocks dip following Manchester attack

London stocks dipped on Tuesday, with sentiment dented by a deadly terror attack in Manchester, while eurozone equities climbed on upbeat data and US stocks continued to rally. The British capital's FTSE 100 index of leading blue-chip companies wobbled between gains and losses during the

Adani defers Carmichael coal mine investment decision

Indian energy giant Adani on Monday deferred a final investment decision on its much- delayed 21.7 billion dolla ...

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Indian-origin steel tycoon bags global award in UK

 Britain's Indian-origin steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta has bagged a top global award for his successful ac ...

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GM to stop selling cars in India, manufacturing to continue

General Motors Co will stop selling cars in India from the end of this year, drawing a line under two decades of ...

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Mukesh Ambani leads Forbes list of Global Game Changers

Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani leads a Forbes list of 'Global Game Changers' who are transfo ...

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London stocks hit new peak, Frankfurt and Paris sag

The London stock market touched yet another record high in initial deals on Tuesday, but Frankfurt and Paris dri ...

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