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Big UK Lotto pots seem to draw in London's bankers, many of who like a good punt anyway. According to Camelot, the firm that runs the lottery, more tickets are sold in the City and Canary Wharf than any other locations once the jackpot hits the highs.
Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, New York Post, New York Times and Reuters news stories currently doing the rounds.
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CapitalWave and Coventry University have announced that the student teams for the culmination of the 2011 University Trading Challenge have been named.
Here is a quick look at other headlines from around the world
A lot of staff feared the worst, but in the end it wasn't so bad.
The UK’s fund management industry is “ripe for investigation” because of “an alarming lack of transparency that surrounds [its] pay and practices”, the influential Institute of Directors said on Sunday.
Britain’s manufacturers have had a good start to the year, with export orders back in positive territory and some firms reporting a pick-up in demand from European customers.
HSBC is to appoint its next chairman from outside its existing management team in a move that would represent a dramatic change to the way Britain’s biggest bank is run.