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The International Monetary Fund tells U.K. to increase spending on infrastructure and cut some corporate taxes to shore up its fragile economic recovery.
Shares of Sony spiked to their highest level in two years Wednesday on reports that the company is considering a spin off of its movie and music division.
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Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds won't need to tap investors or taxpayers for new funds to bolster their financial strength as they prepare for return to the private sector.
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Influential auto analyst John Murphy sees some stability for the world's automakers in the next few years. But don't look for any significant shifts in market share.
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