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Saturday, November 22, 2014  
Brent crude climbs above $79 on hopes of Opec output cut
Brent crude oil clim-bed above $79 a barrel on Wednesday on speculation Opec may act to stabilise prices that have fallen by almost a third in five months when it meets next week...
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Cyber attacks to become more sophisticated
The volume of cyber attacks are expected to decline in 2015, but will become more sophisticated with such intrusions targeting specific sectors like healthcare,...
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WhatsApp starts encrypting users messages
WhatsApp, the world’s most widely used instant messaging service, has started encrypting messages to protect them from hackers, said Open Whisper Systems, a software ...
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Shell wins $3b Indian tax row over transfer pricing
Anglo-Dutch energy giant Royal Dutch Shell has won a lengthy court battle against Indian tax authorities, marking a significant victory for multinationals involved in taxation wrangles in the country.
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M&M gets nod to sell Australian planes in India
India’s Mahindra gro-up can finally start selling its aeroplanes in India after it got all approvals from the country’s civil aviation ministry, chairman and managing director Anand Mahindra ...
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Indian rupee hits 8-month low on higher dollar demand
The Indian rupee hit an 8-1/2 month low on Wednesday as global gains in the dollar ahead of the release of US Federal Reserve minutes later in the day and slumping crude prices...
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Asian bankers’ conference begins
Over 100 bankers and banking regulators from around the Asia-Pacific region have converged in Oman to attend the 31st Asian Bankers Association (ABA) ....
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S. Arabia oil policy uncertainty unleashes conspiracy theorists
If Saudi Oil Minister Ali al Naimi wants to stop conspiracy theories spreading before a crucial Opec meeting next week, it’s too late....
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Falling oil prices to keep drilling costs lower
Low oil prices that threaten producers’ profits may be a boon in one way, as they force service companies to keep prices low for the drill bits, cement and piping for oil extraction,....
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