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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
 United Internet 242000.28
 Commerzbank 97059.76
 Adidas 77423.78
 RWE Group 58460.93
 ThyssenKrupp 50847.64
 United Nations 28640.02
 Deutsche Bank 21937.72
 Avtovaz 20625.46
 Estar Group 15446.25
 Bank of Japan 15105.74
 
INDIVIDUALS
 Blessing, Martin 216541.45
 Lavrov, Sergei 110194.17
 Aso, Taro 83145.10
 Kerry, John 42648.66
 Grubman, Alexander 22986.98
 Steinmeier, Frank-Walter 22758.90
 Yellen, Janet 16379.16
 Paulson, John 12996.56
 Kuroda, Haruhiko 10781.50
 Medvedev, Dmitry 10078.89
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