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Weaker pound, pricier fuel to hit easyJet profits
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Note 7 disaster barely dents Samsung's profit
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Apple profits fall for the first time in 15 years
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Profit warning hits easyJet's shares
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Russian company sells children's 'Buk-bed'
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HSBC to buy back shares amid profit slump
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Samsung Q2 profit better than expected
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Volkswagen profits pulled down again by emissions rigging scandal
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No Pokemon profit boost for Nintendo - yet
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Air France-KLM warns on falling travel demand from terrorism and Brexit
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Rosneft's quarterly net profit falls 75 percent
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Peugeot unveils new plan to maintain profit
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Cheaper fuel helps Air France-KLM return to profit for 2015
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Renault 2015 profit up despite big hit from Russia car sales slump
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