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Rolls-Royce supplies Trent 700 engines for Airbus A330s
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Ed Balls announced that properties worth between £2m and £3m would be levied an extra £250 a month. The proposed tax is designed to raise £1.2bn a year
Housing minister Brandon Lewis unveiled the vacant building credit at the end of 2014
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Six banks were fined, including Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), for trying to manipulate foreign-currency prices are a stark reminder of the need for sweeping changes
UKFI sold more than the 600 million shares it had intended to sell
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ValueAct could push for Rolls to shed assets not related to its core aircraft engine operations
The engineering giant could launch another assault on the lucrative British market
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Puerto Rico has an outstanding debt of $72bn. Economists say the country should shrink the size of the state rather than default on repayments
Bond holders are expected to file suit as early as Tuesday
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The Treasury’s decision to offload around 600 million of its RBS shares to institutional investors after markets closed represents a significant moment in the history of the UK financial system
The decision to begin the sale now is contentious
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Hayes was arrested in December 2012
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RBS has announced a first-half post-tax loss of £153m, coming after £1.5bn of restructuring costs and £1.3bn of legal and compensation bills
Shares in the bailed-out bank will be sold at a significant loss
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Sources at the SFO said they expected Lord Howard to be accompanied by a lawyer
The SFO has searched the offices of Soma Oil & Gas
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Staff at the chain say customers, not just the workers, think the 8 per cent charge is unfair
Exclusive: The Unite union is planning a series of demonstrations
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Greece’s top four banks particularly hard hit
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HSBC chief Stuart Gulliver is looking towards Asia
The bank is debating moving its headquarters to Hong Kong
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There are now half a million self-service checkouts in operation across Britain's leading supermarkets
Self-checkouts will switch to less 'frustrating' audio
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Puerto Rico has an outstanding debt of $72bn. Economists say the country should shrink the size of the state rather than default on repayments
'I think it’s going to get incredibly messy' said one financier
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The Fed voted unanimously to keep rates on hold for now
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Kostas Zavlagas, who produces cotton, wheat, and clover, walks by his farm, near the village of Lianokladi, Greece July 27, 2015. A rising number of Greeks in rural areas are swapping goods and services in cashless transactions
A rising number of Greeks in rural areas are resorting to swapping goods and services
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Gatwick claims runway would breach air quality regs
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Music feuding might sound like dirty business, but it's business nonetheless
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The UK government owns and manages an 81 per cent stake of the RBS Group through UK Financial Investments – a company set up in 2008 to manage the Treasury’s shareholdings in UK banks. The government’s voting rights are limited to 75 per cent so the bank can continue to be listed on the London Stock Exchange.
Chief executive Ross McEwan welcomed government's decision to sell its stake
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The Anglo-Dutch oil and gas giant pledged not to over-react to the falling prices
The company said the declining price of oil and gas prices was to blame
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Larry Fink, the boss of fund manager BlackRock , is among those sounding the alarm
If we turn a blind eye to this problem, we are in danger of excessively discounting our own future prosperit, says Ben Chu
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Amazon have just launched their new streaming service in the UK
Jeff Bezos says his Prime Music service is 'the best bargain in the history of shopping'. Ian Burrell wonders whether British listeners will agree
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Autumn is a magical time of year here in London. However; once the clocks go back one hour in late October, getting up for work in the mornings will become an increasingly dark and cold affair, whilst the days become brief.
The UK is still behind the US and China
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Apple has accumulated piles of cash – how should it spend it?
The Bank of England’s chief economist is the latest to warn that companies’ dividend payouts are too high while investment is too low. Ben Chu reports
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On a high: the 24-arch Ribblehead Viaduct symbolises this scenic railway
Ideology can contribute nothing to debates about privatisation
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The stresses of modern life are thought to have created
These are the UK companies with the best work-life balance
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Cans of fizzy drinks
Coca-Cola said that global sales of Diet Coke fell 7% on the same quarter last year
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Visitors shop around Samsung's smart-phones at a shopping mall in Seoul, South Korea
Investors fear that the smartphone market might be reaching its limit
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Losing its shine? The precious metal has previously been a good bet in turbulent times
Five tonnes of gold were dumped on the Shanghai exchange yesterday, pushing the price to its lowest since 2010. Has this safe haven had its day? Russell Lynch reports
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A pro-Euro protester holds an umbrella with the European Union symbol during a rally in front of the parliament building in Athens
The euro is a capricious god, meting out punishment to sinners and saints alike, writes Matt O'Brien
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