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Britain’s dysfunctional housing market is riding high on the political agenda, with parties responding to voters’ concernKate Allen and Jim Pickard
Black flags hang from the doors of the one-storey red brick houses in Caimanes, a village that lies in the hills north ofHenry Sanderson
An intraday reversal for Tullow Oil left traders out of pocket on Monday. Tullow shares opened as much as 9 per cent higherBryce Elder
The reluctant rally continues. Investors are buying shares in disgust as they hunt for alternatives to super-low — in EuropeJames Mackintosh
Volkswagen has long epitomised both the strengths and weaknesses of the German corporate model. The carmaker is widely
The private equity owners of Interactive Data Corporation, the US financial information company, preparing to sell theirArash Massoudi, Chris Flood and Joseph Cotterill
The Conservatives’ launch on Monday of a manifesto for small business was intended to counter claims that their main focusSarah Gordon and Kate Burgess
Apple’s stock price grazed its all-time high on Monday morning as investors anticipated another record-breaking quarter forTim Bradshaw
A woman runs past artwork of a large hand on a wall in central London, UK, on Monday Jamie Han
Harvey Miller, the foremost US bankruptcy lawyer, whose cases included Lehman Brothers, General Motors, WorldCom andTom Braithwaite in New York
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