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Golf-Furyk shares lead, Stenson surges with a 64
By Larry Fine PARAMUS, New Jersey, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Jim Furyk shot a two-under-par 69 for a share of the clubhouse lead at The Barclays, while Sweden's Henrik Stenson surged into contention with a sizzling 64 midway through the second round on Friday. Furyk was joined on seven-under-par 135 by fellow Americans Kevin Chappell (67) and Brendon Todd (69) on an overcast day at Ridgewood Country Club in the opening tournament of the PGA Tour's season-ending, four-event FedExCup playoffs. Stenson, who failed to make a single birdie in his opening round 72, had eight of them on Friday against a lone bogey to reach the halfway mark at 136 along with Ernie Els (68) and overnight leader Bo Van Pelt (71).

Donaldson stays on Ryder Cup course with Czech lead
Welsh golfer Jamie Donaldson remains on course for a Ryder Cup place as he maintains a one-shot lead at the halfway point of the Czech MastersWelsh golfer Jamie Donaldson remained on course for a Ryder Cup place on Friday when he maintained a one-shot lead at the halfway point of the Czech Masters. The 38-year-old world number 29, who needs to finish the weekend in the top seven to book a maiden Ryder Cup appearance at Gleneagles next month, overcame a nervy conclusion to his second round.

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UK forces energy, mining firms to show foreign state payments
An employee of European Gas Limited works on British company's coalbed methane exploration site outside FolschvillerBy Silvia Antonioli and Karolin Schaps LONDON (Reuters) - Britain announced that energy and mining firms would have to disclose from next year any payments made to governments in countries where they operate as it aims to curb corruption in the natural resources sector. UK-registered companies will have up to 11 months after the end of their financial year to report payments to Companies House under the new rule, which will take effect from Jan. 1 2015. "The UK is determined to lead by example, which is why we have introduced reporting requirements on UK-based extractives companies early," Business Minister Jo Swinson said in a statement. "Oil, gas and mining can, if well managed, deliver precious economic benefits to the populations of developing countries.

Ukrainian PM sees hryvnia at 12.00 to dollar once eastern crisis ends
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Friday he expected Ukraine's hryvnia to be around 12.00 to the dollar once the crisis in the country's east stabilizes and Ukraine receives the next tranches of aid from the International Monetary Fund. The first slice of financial aid from the IMF helped the central bank stabilize the hryvnia in May, but fears over the mounting economic and human costs of the conflict have hit the currency in recent weeks, causing it to weaken around 13 percent since mid-July to 13.50.
   

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