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The UK’s data watchdog is investigating claims that financial details of thousands of people approaching retirement has beenClaer Barrett and Jo Cumbo
Kingfisher’s plan to take over Mr Bricolage has collapsed after one of the French DIY chain’s major shareholders did notElizabeth Paton
For investors the focus this week will probably switch from blockbuster corporate deals to economic and politicalEric Platt in New York
What links a Latin American political bribery scandal to a cheaper cup of coffee? The answer is the Brazilian real, whichEmiko Terazono
If there is consensus on any single trade these uncertain days, it is that the dollar will continue rising, up 23 per centHenny Sender
In a world where government bond yields are either negative or still hovering near record lows, oil prices are see-sawingVivianne Rodrigues in New York
Quindell, the one-time stock market star that became a cautionary tale of poor corporate governance, heralded “a big breakHenry Mance
Lenders have funded a £100m office block in Manchester that is only one-sixth full in a sign that the property revival hasAndrew Bounds, North of England correspondent
Louis Dreyfus Commodities, one of the world’s biggest traders of coffee, sugar and wheat, announced annual results lastNeil Hume, Commodities Editor
Profits at Prada tumbled 28 per cent last year as sales took a hit in Europe and Asia-Pacific, prompting the luxury ItalianElizabeth Paton
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