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TT-Total "Hot News Makers"

These rating figures are calculated using a statistics algorithm that takes the number of articles about all TT-Total listed companies/banks and persons over the past 30 days and during the last 24 hours as an input. The numbers are calculated to find companies/banks and persons that have been making a news splash in the last 24 hours (i.e. they have more articles about them than normal). Put simply, the more unusual the stats, the higher the score.

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 BASF 101452.31
 United Nations 34611.47
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 Sanofi 22789.92
 Bank of Japan 22228.75
 Linde Group 21626.30
 International Airlines Group (IAG) 20784.53
 Amazon.com 20308.07
 Deutsche Bank 19391.41
 Export-Import Bank of China 18706.61
 
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 Bock, Kurt 189845.78
 Lavrov, Sergei 36613.35
 Bezos, Jeff 24621.57
 Churkin, Vitaly 18382.40
 Tillerson, Rex 13861.01
 Abramovich, Arkady 10425.53
 Azarov, Mykola 8655.53
 Cook, Tim 7829.15
 Jinping, Xi 7195.78
 Yusufov, Igor 6950.36
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