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High levels of personal debt in Britain could be creating a health time bomb, according to research showing a strong link between financial problems and low mental well-being in older people.

MF Global bosses 'don't know' where missing money went

Three top executives from collapsed broker MF Global yesterday denied all knowledge of where the missing $1.2bn (£772.7m) of customers' money has gone.

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Kenwright still seeks a saviour

Everton chairman Bill Kenwright is doing all he can to find a buyer for the cash-strapped club.

The RFU have managed to remain in robust financial health

RFU announce record results

The Rugby Football Union were today offered some respite from the chaos that has engulfed Twickenham by posting a record financial performance of £8.7million profit.

Rank wins court feud with HMRC

Rank shares jumped almost 10 per cent yesterday after the gaming company won a UK tax dispute in the European Court of Justice (ECJ).

David Prosser: Osborne nails his colours to the mast on the FTT

Outlook Let us be fair to George Osborne: at least the Chancellor has finally given an honest account of his views about the proposal for a financial transactions tax in Europe. Previously, Mr Osborne and his Government colleagues have said they do not object to the idea of such a tax in principle, worrying only that in practice unless all major financial centres sign up, those that don't will have an unfair advantage. Yesterday, the Chancellor offered fellow finance ministers a comprehensive critique of German and French proposals – a string of arguments about why the tax is a bad idea.

Vodafone denies deals with taxman

Vodafone launched a robust defence denying claims the taxman let it off a multibillion pound tax bill, saying that it was a "good corporate citizen" yesterday.

Virgin hails the connected TV bump

Virgin Media yesterday hailed the popularity of its connected television service TiVo and said it planned to bring it to all of its customers, as it unveiled solid quarterly results.

Arm goes after Intel's heartland as profits lift in the third quarter

Chip designer expects $763m full-year revenues as business expands into white goods and cars

Wolseley sees higher revenues

Wolseley revealed a rise in like- for-like revenues yesterday, when the building supplies group received a boost from an uptick in the US, its largest market.

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Cattles adds £850m to bad loans book

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