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EU leaders will meet on Saturday to decide the final two job openings atop the bloc’s Brussels-based institutions, but many By Peter Spiegel in Brussels
Lending to British businesses fell in the second quarter, according to Bank of England figures that show the Funding for By Brian Groom, Business and Employment Editor
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Tory MP Douglas Carswell has taken Westminster by surprise by defecting to the UK Independence party, saying David Cameron By Jim Pickard, John Aglionby and George Parker
François Hollande has called for a special eurozone summit to agree measures to boost growth and soften the tempo of budget By Hugh Carnegy in Paris
Impala Platinum suffered a more than 70 per cent drop in its annual profit as the mining group counts the cost of a By Andrew England in Cape Town
Dry your tears with £50 notes. Another one-time UK tech hopeful may be taken over for a stiff price. CSR, best known for By Jonathan Guthrie
Nathan Tinkler’s hopes for a comeback in the coal industry have been dealt a serious blow by the collapse of the Australian By Jeremy Grant in Singapore
Escalating fears over the potential impact of sanctions on Russia are adding to the problems facing Petropavlovsk as the By James Wilson, Mining correspondent
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