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The energy crisis helped fuel record payouts for shareholders between July and September, as investors reaped the benefits of surging prices that have produced bumper profits for oil and gas companies.

Data from asset manager Janus Henderson showed global companies collectively paid investors $416bn (£349bn) in the three months to September. That was 7% higher than the same period last year, and marked a record level for third-quarter payouts.

Published by Kalyeena Makortoff in The Guardian.