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Britain’s supermarket price war has triggered the first annual drop on record in the amount people are spending in food By Sarah O’Connor, Economics Correspondent
Rabobank has warned that the impact of Russian sanctions may hurt its business, as the Dutch mutual bank reported a drop in By Avantika Chilkoti
The UK’s public finances improved slightly in July, but for the year as a whole the government is still borrowing By Emily Cadman
Yesterday, in response to the sharing on the internet of horrific and sickening footage of the apparent execution of David Allen Green
Bloodshed in Iraq, sanctions on Russia, conflict in Palestine. If you had asked oil market participants at the start of the By Anjli Raval, Oil and Gas Correspondent
Costain has reported a record order book and strong growth in interim revenues and profits that it says vindicates its By Nick Wilson
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The eurozone’s recovery is still weak, with a poll of purchasing managers indicating the pick up in economic activity is too By Claire Jones in Lindau
Weak economic data from Beijing set a nervous tone for trading in the Australian dollar on Thursday. Concerns that slowing By Michael Hunter
Anyone dropping in on Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund can see that the place could use some kind of makeover. In By Ben McLannahan in Tokyo
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