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The UK economic recovery continues to be one of the fastest in the industrial world with growth of 0.7 per cent recorded inEmily Cadman
There was no let up for the slide in Tesco’s shares on Friday, with the UK’s biggest retailer stuck at the bottom of theMichael Hunter
Kia Motors blamed a stronger South Korean won for a dip in third-quarter earnings, while following its affiliate HyundaiSimon Mundy - Seoul
TSB Bank says it is attracting one in ten of all new current accounts in the UK in a sign the “challenger” is taking on theEmma Dunkley
Of all the metrics analysts study to value a share, the one they seem to regard least is the dividend. It is often anNeil Collins
Britain’s biggest lenders are shutting hundreds of branches and culling thousands of staff in a push to cut costs and moveEmma Dunkley and Martin Arnold
BASF, the world’s biggest chemical maker by sales, has slashed its sales and earnings targets for 2015, as it lowered itsChris Bryant in Frankfurt
It is 8pm and the train on Jerusalem’s Light Rail service is rolling uphill from the city’s Jewish, western city centre,John Reed in Jerusalem
Morgan Sindall ’s shares fell 11.2 per cent on Friday after it warned that its full-year results will be below expectationsJohn Aglionby
At the end of September, US financial funds had their largest inflows in six months as markets discounted rate hikes,Henny Sender
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