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Friday, October 31, 2014

Financial Times

Beijing subway bans Halloween costumes

1 hour 33 minutes ago
Fears that subversive outfits could crop up under the guise of celebration costumes

Australian betting market off to the races

2 hours 37 minutes ago
Competition heating up as foreign players piling in to country’s A$22bn bookmaking industry

Japan to expand monetary easing programme

3 hours 30 minutes ago
Central bank attributes move to weak demand and lower oil price

Pumpkin lattes fail to warm Starbucks

Shares slide after results fall short of expectations

Russia and Ukraine reach gas deal

Agreement forestalls potential winter energy crisis for Europe

LinkedIn earnings buck social trend

Investors look through quarterly loss to guidance that 2015 profits will beat expectations

Citigroup takes $600m hit on legal charge

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

Vertical dimensions to social networking

Vertical social networks, which focus on a single profession, create a niche beyond LinkedIn

Military seizes power in Burkina Faso

Parliament set ablaze after President Compaoré tries to prolong his 27-year rule

Lower oil price top of Holliday’s in-tray

American industrialist-turned-banker may also help group engage with environmentalists

StanChart faces US sanctions probe

US investigates whether transactions were concealed

Shadow banking nears pre-crisis peak

FSB data put sector’s assets at more than $75tn

Argentina seeks its own shale boom

Country wants investors not scared off by default

Lenovo completes Motorola acquisition

Deal finalised despite prickly state of US-China relations

NYT red ink on job cuts and digital costs

Redundancy and new online product charges outweigh third-quarter growth in online subscriptions and advertising

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