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Surveys suggest that uncertainty over the outcome of the poll on 7 May is hitting investment by firms and depressing consumption. How worried should we be? Ben Chu investigates
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A woman demonstrates in central London in October, against the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)
Critics fear we do not know the extent of TTIP
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The letters have not yet arrived at staff’s homes
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The estate was formally taken over by Brookfield and the Qatar Investment Authority
The £2.6bn takeover of Canary Wharf formally went through yesterday
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Petrofac blamed its increased costs on stormy weather and industrial action
Petrofac, which builds rigs and operates oilfields for others, said it would take a charge of £130m
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Nomad Holdings is an acquisitions vehicle created by last year to buy up consumer brands
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Back to Hong Kong for HSBC?
HSBC postponed a review a potential move of its headquarters out of London in 2012
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Greece is still aiming for a deal with its creditors
The deteriorating situation in Greece helped to push Germany’s 10-year borrowing costs closer to zero
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London prices have shot up almost 50 per cent since the last election
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Medicine pills
A generation of recreational Adderall users has graduated into the work force
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Payday lender to reveal £35m losses as regulator takes tougher stance
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An extension of the 10.30am cut-off coincides withannual cannabis celebration
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Convenience stores have helped the supermarkets to boost sales
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Under Lloyds’ bailout terms  with the Government, it has to fund any of the overheads incurred in returning the funds to the taxpayer
The Conservatives see sale as a vote-winning way of reigniting the flame of Margaret Thatcher’s British Gas privatisation
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Gallagher is just the latest in a long line of ageing music stars to turn their hand to fashion
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Like much of the world, China is facing the serious challenge of excessively low inflation
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Unemployment keeps falling – but are we actually better off?
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Some 98 per cent of investors voted for the climate change resolution
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Problems with the essential trading platform showed just how much traders rely on unpredictable tech
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Barbie falls out of fashion
The doll's fading appeal weighed on its maker's results
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A still from the first trailer of Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Shares rose by 1% to $108.30 after the trailer was posted at 10am PST
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Don’t count your retirement money yet: employers will stop receiving a pension rebate next year and their staff may lose out
The area where most damage is being done is the tax treatment of private-sector pensions, says Rupert Pennant-Rea
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HSBC's chief executive, Stuart Gulliver, had insisted he had always paid full UK tax on all his earnings
The bank, all of a sudden, has become the injured party, says James Moore
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Ukip leader Nigel Farage waits to speak at a public meeting in Cliftonville, Kent, as he continues his campaign for the South Thanet seat at the General Election
Nigel Farage is right: we should be having a more honest debate about immigration. But the issue is not the one with which the Ukip leader is obsessed: in fact, we need more immigration, not less, according to David Prosser
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Many in business believe even the prospect of a referendum is harmful
A 'Brexit' would raise the price of your goods and services
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‘Missing our deals will haunt you’ – Phones 4U’s TV ad came back to haunt it
It seemed bad enough that a popular retailer could be allowed to collapse simply because its suppliers suddenly decided to pull the plug. Now Simon Neville reveals who got their money back – and who didn't
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Tesco’s new boss Dave Lewis has decided to buy out Euphorium completely. Jim Armitage reports
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Bernanke’s move does show the more subtle side of the Washington-Wall Street nexus, says Jim Armitage
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For Britain’s multinationals, a global economic recovery looks to be under way, says Jim Armitage
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There is no reason to expect secular stagnation – even if it is hard to see quite where growth will come from, says Hamish McRae
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Margrethe Vestager wants small businesses to have a fair representation on search engines
Margrethe Vestager, the EU's new competition watchdog and one of the most prominent and well-liked figures in Danish politics, has taken on the technology giant over its alleged abuse of the market. Oscar Williams-Grut reports
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