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  • The "Baltic" part of the moniker refers to the London-based Baltic Exchange, which calculates and publishes the BDI weekdays.

    Three Hidden Market Signals

  • Emmy The Great, AKA London-based singer-songwriter Emma-Lee Moss, may not enjoy the same profile as former nu-folk contemporaries such as Laura Marling and Noah & The Whale, but she's arguably the best thing to come out of that whole scene, her dainty songs subverted by witty and acerbic lyrics that skewer feckless ex-lovers or meditate candidly on sex and death.

    This week's new live music

  • London-based Cairn Energy agreed to sell a majority stake in its India holdings to Vedanta Resources, but the deal struck last August got caught in a classic bureaucratic tussle.

    India's Slowing Economy

  • Karmarama, the London-based advertising agency that counts the BBC and Nintendo among its clients, has sold a 50% stake to the private equity firm that has invested in Jimmy Choo and LK Bennett, in order to raise tens of millions for acquisitions and international expansion.

    Ad agency Karmarama sells 50% stake to private equity firm

  • Under the terms of the proposed deal, NYSE Euronext would remain a minority owner in London-based LCH.Clearnet, albeit one with a bigger stake, according to NYSE CEO Duncan Niederauer .

    NYSE Confirms LCH Interest, Says Markit Leading Its Bid

  • Edinburgh, UK-based Cairn Energy Plc is planning to add a sweetener to the proposed sale of its Indian business to London-based Vedanta Resources by dropping its demand for a non-compete fee of R50 per share.

    Morning News Roundup

  • Yvonne Bishop-Weston is a London-based nutritionist; optimumnutritionists.com

    The inside track… on eating carbs

  • Other high profile nominations in the awards, which will be announced in late November, include Stella McCartney and Victoria Beckham – both up for the Designer Brand of the Year category along with Burberry and the now London-based Tom Ford.

    Kate Middleton's favourite designers nominated for British Fashion Award

  • Langholm Capital, a London-based fund that is part-funded by Unilever, manages around 250 million euros and invests in mid-market private firms in high-growth consumer sectors across Western Europe.

    Unilever to Set Up Venture Capital Fund in India

  • London-based Standard Chartered, which bought Korea First Bank from an investment fund in 2005, uses "Here for Good" as an advertising slogan for what is now called Standard Chartered First Bank Korea, in part to counter rumors in local media that it plans to sell and leave the country.

    Korean Bank Faces Strike

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