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HOT NEWS MAKERS
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.

COMPANIES & ENTITIES
 Deutsche Bank 120688.94
 Adidas 117007.62
 United Internet 83897.57
 NATO 83562.89
 European Union (EU) 73604.87
 Tele Columbus 69877.06
 Mylan 66768.42
 Societe Generale 63153.01
 CISCO 52280.83
 Zynga 50931.42
 
INDIVIDUALS
 Yellen, Janet 235533.78
 Medvedev, Dmitry 28191.04
 Churkin, Vitaly 24182.97
 Putin, Vladimir 19348.20
 Stoltenberg, Jens 19160.21
 Lagarde, Christine 18921.63
 Oudea, Frederic 18780.93
 Dorsey, Jack 17558.52
 Khodorkovsky, Mikhail 14459.97
 Suri, Rajeev 12983.65
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